Real Estate Photography Blogs2021-10-19T13:24:53-04:00

New to Real Estate Photography? Tips to Getting Started and Acing Your Shoots

Starting out in real estate photography might be a little intimidating. How do you make sure that your client will be happy with the results you deliver on your shoots? And, how do you make sure that you can do a job you'll be proud of that can help you grow your business? Here are some tips on how you can get into real estate photography, and have successful shoots right from the start. Get the Right Equipment and Tools  Starting out with [...]

By |October 14, 2021|Categories: Photography|Comments Off on New to Real Estate Photography? Tips to Getting Started and Acing Your Shoots

The Value of Virtual Tour Technology for Real Estate Agents in 2021

Value. What makes something valuable? Something has value if it is useful, desirable, and implies quality. If you are a real estate agent you know virtual tours are valuable. Though many of you will be happy to leave much of the past several months behind, something you should keep from 2021 is the technology for real estate agents including virtual tours. As you slowly begin to shift away from all the rhetoric around houses selling themselves, you will come to realize that as the markets [...]

By |September 14, 2021|Categories: Photography, Real Estate|Comments Off on The Value of Virtual Tour Technology for Real Estate Agents in 2021
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Converting Your Real Estate Photography Camera into A Money-Making Machine

You took the dive and picked out a great real estate photography camera. Now, you just have to turn it into a money-making machine. While you probably have a strong idea of what you were doing when you picked out the camera, but it's natural to be less sure about your plan for your business. Here are some essential tips for every stage of starting up your business to help you be successful right off the bat, and to make money as a photographer [...]

By |August 30, 2021|Categories: Photography|Comments Off on Converting Your Real Estate Photography Camera into A Money-Making Machine
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Pitching 3D Tours Outside of Real Estate: What Do You Need to Be Successful?

Real estate agents are not the only potential customer you have if you can create 3D tours. As appealing as 3D tours are to homebuyers, they are also appealing to those considering renting retail space, staying at a resort, choosing a healthcare facility to stay in, or assessing a building for an insurance claim. You there are many options when it comes to pitching 3D tours. Many industries could benefit from 3D tours, so how do you get yourself in the door to provide them? [...]

By |July 2, 2021|Categories: Photography|Comments Off on Pitching 3D Tours Outside of Real Estate: What Do You Need to Be Successful?
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Teaming Up For the Future of Real Estate Photography

Now is the time to capture the moment and learn more about real estate photography. With most of 2020 in the rear-view mirror the future beckons you to stay focused on 3D tours and technology; to boldly go beyond where no one has gone before. Does this sound a little like Star Trek? Actually, it’s more property tech than Trek. 2020 has been a year to distance yourself from people, alter methodology, and shift gears while learning how to become a great real estate photographer. [...]

By |January 11, 2021|Categories: Photography|Comments Off on Teaming Up For the Future of Real Estate Photography

Essential Gear for a Beginner Real Estate Photographer

With social distancing protocols still being practiced across the world, realtors and real estate agents were left with no choice but to count on technology to weather the storm. In addition to virtual reality and 3D tours, CEO of Nest Seekers International Eddie Shapiro states that real estate professionals are making the most out of social media platforms such as Google Meets, YouTube, and Facebook to curate virtual open houses and post promotional videos about the houses they are trying to sell. This inevitable trend [...]

By |December 11, 2020|Categories: Photography|Comments Off on Essential Gear for a Beginner Real Estate Photographer

Financial Checkpoints before starting a 3D Tour Business

In my earlier blog about starting your own Virtual Tour business, I touched upon how to do in-depth research on different solutions in the market and what questions you should be seeking answers for when zeroing in on a solution. In this blog, I will dive deeper into the financial aspect of it all. Whether it is looking into the expenses, or analyzing revenue projections, or various marketing tactics that you can utilize to guarantee maximum returns, the following points will help you move forward [...]

By |November 24, 2020|Categories: Photography|Comments Off on Financial Checkpoints before starting a 3D Tour Business
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Planning to jump on the Virtual Tour bandwagon? Here are a few things to consider.

Virtual tours or 3D tours, as they are popularly known as, have been gaining some momentum lately. With the new global pandemic, the adoption of this technology became a necessity rather than just a cool add on. The Real estate industry, in particular, is embracing 3D tour technology at an even higher pace than before. Agents and homebuyers in North America are shifting their grounds on what home-sales should look like. Recent studies suggest that with the right content online, over 50% of buyers would [...]

By |September 8, 2020|Categories: Photography|Comments Off on Planning to jump on the Virtual Tour bandwagon? Here are a few things to consider.

Give an extra edge to your 3D Tours with Aerial 360s

An aerial 360-degree panorama of a property can give a valuable and unique perspective to potential buyers. Viewing a property from a high vantage point is a great way to show the surrounding neighborhood and layout of the property. The process for capturing and sharing 360-degree content is easier than ever but can benefit from an explanation. Start by capturing an aerial 360. Creating an aerial 360 requires that one image be taken from either a 360 capable camera or series of [...]

By |August 7, 2020|Categories: Photography|Comments Off on Give an extra edge to your 3D Tours with Aerial 360s

Real Estate Photography – Get perfect windows with layer masks in Adobe Photoshop.

Real estate photography is not for the faint of heart. While stunning images on social media of properties around the world are easy to find, it may make you think that you too can pull off similar quality work. On the surface, it may seem easy, but if you have ever tried to take pictures of your own home you will notice that even with the best and latest mobile device or camera, your pictures do not compare to those of a true professional. The [...]

By |July 16, 2020|Categories: Photography|Comments Off on Real Estate Photography – Get perfect windows with layer masks in Adobe Photoshop.

What is the right number of photos for a real estate listing?

There is no easy answer to this question. The number of photos you provide as a real estate photographer will depend on your clients’ expectations and the norms in your area. However, we can estimate how many images are needed based on the marketing requirements for a listing, some simple math, and your available time. Let’s start by figuring out the marketing requirements for an average listing by asking some simple questions. How [...]

By |June 4, 2020|Categories: Photography|Comments Off on What is the right number of photos for a real estate listing?

Real Estate Photography – What’s in my camera bag?

Every real estate photographer has their preferred camera gear that they use to complete their work. Let’s explore my real estate photography camera bag and I’ll explain what I carry and why. When shooting for Real Estate I usually provide a 3D tour, floorplans, photos, and sometimes video, so I need to have a set of tools to suit Real Estate clients’ needs. The basics: DSLR + wide angle lens + normal lens I use a Nikon D750 and typically pair [...]

By |May 7, 2020|Categories: Photography|Comments Off on Real Estate Photography – What’s in my camera bag?