First Real Estate Photos

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  1. rub

    rub TPF Noob!

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    I was called yesterday to do my first real estate shoot. Then right after I was contacted to do a shoot for a different company.

    This is a completely new thing for me, and I definately made some mistakes. I would appreciate hearing some C&C on these images.

    On a side note, the clients were very happy with the images and the turnaround time, and both have expressed that they would like to use me again.

    Thanks
    Kristal

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  2. ekool

    ekool Administrator Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Came out great I think... how much is that house going for and where is it? :)
     
  3. rub

    rub TPF Noob!

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    haha - 2 different homes. The first is a new build - listed for $599,000 (1&2) - the second (3&4) is a new build modular - I think that one is $175,000
     
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    DO you use any wireless strobes to light indoors? I remember not too long ago David at Strobist.com did a how to on indoor arch photography, it was an awesome blog. I've learned a ton from that guy and his blog....
     

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