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Real Estate Photography – Part 4

In this blog, I want to address the psychological aspects of Real Estate Photography.

In the past 3 blogs, I’ve talked about standing out from the rest of the photographers by PhotoShop techniques, considerations of articles left in the house (lighting, window dressings, etc.), architectural signatures(arched doorways, etc.)and angles but in this blog, I want to address certain psychological issues that need to be acknowledged.

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Real Estate Photography – Part 3

In my last 2 blogs on Real Estate Photography has dealt mostly with digital techniques and the importance of being familiar with these tools in helping the photographer separate themselves from the rest of the pack. In this blog, I would like to deal with more of the “creative” aspect. The concept of making the best decisions that would make the photograph more meaningful to the potential client.

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Real Estate Photography – Part 2

In the initial Real Estate blog, I talked about the fact that all digital images need some type of “tweaking” to make them “pop”. Original digital images, generally, are not perfect by any means. Of course, this is, as I said before, a very subjective issue.

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Real Estate Photography – Part 1

Most people that shoot with digital cameras, really aren’t what I would call “professionals”. By definition, a “professional” is one that shoots photography for money…most likely, for their livelihood. Most people that shoot digital images are amateurs that USE a digital camera. There is a difference. Although I have seen some really nice photographs shot by simple digital cameras, for the most part, I believe that, as a “professional” no original digital image is perfect.

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