6 Fun Ideas for Your Christmas Photography. Christmas tries hard to be “the most wonderful time of the year”.
The mix of family, friends, food, presents, lights, ornaments, trees, etc. can be a pretty wonderful combination, at least for photographers. You can take some unique photos during this season, but most of the Christmas spirit will only be around for a short while. So to make the most of your winter holidays, here’s a list with some fun ideas for Christmas photos. 1. Try out bokeh If Christmas were a photography technique, it would be bokeh, a.k.a. To learn more about creating a bokeh effect, you can check out our post on the basics of bokeh or these five quick tips on tuts+.
Kevin Dooley — Christmas tree bokeh Derek Σωκράτης Finch — Bokeh of colors as you look by Nana B Agyei — Stars On The Street. Light Metering. Topics: The very Basics ... or 18% gray Metering systems are calibrated to a certain light value in order to gurantee constant exposure settings: 18% gray is commonly accepted because a typical scene seems reflect the same amount of light as this gray value.
As a framework for comparison all these colors reflect light like 18% gray: Usually this assumption works pretty good but if you expose a scene with a majority of bright colors/grays without compensation in spot or center-weighted mode the camera will darken the picture to 18% gray - the result is under-exposed. On the contrary a scene with lots of very dark colors/grays will be lightened up to this gray value - the result is over-exposed.
Lightroom-Tutorials. 5 Tips For Advanced Real-Estate Photography — We Are SO Photo. If you’ve read my first article on real-estate and property photography then you’re ready for some advanced tips to help you work more efficiently with your clients and produce better-quality images. 1.
Check The Weather Let’s start with the obvious. Ideally you want to shoot your external property photos with clear blue sky or, at the very least, light cloud (like in the image above). This is for two reasons. 2. The best external shots are those where the sun is illuminating the front of the property and taken early morning or late afternoon when the sun is lower and the light is more diffused. When dealing with high-end properties, vendors and agents, it is always a balancing act between what timings suit the images and what suits the client.
Editing RAW Interior & Real-Estate Photos #3 — We Are SO Photo. We Are SO Photo — Photography Tutorials. LMP 360 Media - Seller Prep List. The 10 Essentials Of Real Estate Photography. La Photographie Immobilière. Des photos réussies, pour une vente immobilière plus rapide ? Pourquoi je n’aime pas les visites virtuelles. On me demande parfois pourquoi je ne réalise pas de visites virtuelles. Je déconseille fortement leur utilisation pour mettre en valeur un bien immobilier, donc je ne les propose pas à mes clients. Pourquoi ? Voici trois raisons, illustrées par des GIFS. Qu’est-ce qu’une visite virtuelle ? Great pictures sell properties more easily: Tips for amateur real estate photographers (Part 2 of 3) Tip 2: Tell a story When you are taking photos of the house you want to think about how you can tell a fluid story to potential buyers.
Think about the layout of the house and how someone would move around in it. The pictures should follow a logical flow that reflects that train of thought. Be sure to highlight bathrooms, kitchens, and bedrooms as those are key locations in the house for potential buyers. Also highlight any distinctive features the house might have such as a beautiful garden or view. Real Estate Photography - a Guide to Getting Started. Photography has never been more important to selling real estate than it is today.
The markets are heating up again and demand for real estate creates demand for photography. This is good news to photographers, but like any business, there is plenty of competition. If you are new to real estate and architecture photography, here are some general guidelines to start you on the right path. Camera Equipment A camera, lens, and tripod, are all that is required to get started, but you might quickly learn that many competitors are very proficient at using supplemental lighting and Photoshop techniques. Real Estate Photography Tips: Shooting Listings. MP #143 : faire un diptyque / triptyque / collage en photographie. Diptyque, ce mot vous dit vaguement quelque chose ?
Real Estate Photo Guide. This guide is intended to help everyone better understand the basic aspects of using photos in real estate marketing The posts where these documents are discussed are: First post – The story behind why I wrote What Real Estate Agents Need to Know About Photography also called the Real Estate Photo Guide or formally the Realtor’s Photo Guide.The most recent post on this free PDF.
Feel free to redistribute these documents. If you translate this into other languages please send me a copy of the translation and I will add it to the download list below. Realtor’s Guide to Using Photos In Real Estate Marketing Downloads: English version – By Larry Lohrman updated July 2014Russian version – translated to Russian by German version – Translated to German by Oliver M. Note: This guide is free and published as Creative Commons. Shooting Architectural Interiors – Processing with Nik HDR Efex Pro. In this post we are going to talk about shooting and processing Architectural Interiors.
The reason why Many of you have probably looked at ads for homes on real estate website or the books you pick up for free at the grocery store. The images are usually taken by the agent to save money or may be even taken by professionals…well that just don’t know any better. They all have the tell tale look. They were shot during the day with tons of light coming into the windows and you get one of two things because of the wide dynamic range present. How to Photograph Interiors. 5 Tips For Better Real Estate Photography — We Are SO Photo. I’ve been photographing high-end real-estate for about 6 years and have probably shot several hundred, if not thousand, properties in that time.
When I look back at the images I handed over to my clients in my first year, I cringe. Back then I thought to myself “how hard can this be? Walk in the room, take a photo, email it to the client, nailed it!”. Real Estate Photography - a Guide to Getting Started. Real Estate Photo Guide. 14 Conseils pour aborder la Photographie de Paysage. La photographie de paysage relève plus de la planification que du hasard.
Et oui, c’est avec cette déclaration que certains trouveront (peut-être) péremptoire que j’introduis le sujet.! Pas convaincu ? Photographie de paysage selon moi Combien d’entre-nous, moi inclus, n’ont-ils pas pointé leur appareil photo vers un paysage simplement parce qu’il était là et qu’il nous paraissait magnifique? Real Estate Photography Tips HDR with Photomatix and Lightroom. Shooting Exterior Home Photos at Twilight « Photography For Real Estate.
Posted by larrylohrman on April 20, 2007 It’s been a while since I’ve talked about shooting exterior photos at twilight. Recently Cherie Irwin a RE photographer who works out of St Louis, MO was showing me some of her twilight shots and remarking how much the her client liked the photos. The shot above is my favorite of the series that Cherie showed me. I find that home sellers are usually dazzled by twilight shots. We frequently have home sellers ask for twilight shots because they have seen others on our web site. I think the crux of shooting shots like this is knowing when to show up for the shoot. By just entering the city and state you are located in it will give you a number of Sun statistics for the current day. Of coarse, you need to use a tripod because exposure times will be 5 to 30 seconds depending on the aperture you use. Tips for Real Estate Photography.
Tips for Real Estate Photography. Top 10 Real Estate Photography Tips (and Mistakes to Avoid) for Beginners. Welcome to Time Out with Tanya, where I’ve put my fast paced graphic design career on hold in favor of adventures in motherhood. I’m capturing every moment on camera and you can come along, if you’d like. Top 10 Real Estate Photography Tips (and Mistakes to Avoid) for Beginners. How to Photograph Real Estate: Lessons Learned. Anyone who has read Improve Photography for a while knows that I’m not a real estate photographer, but this week I had the chance to do a real estate photography shoot and I learned a lot of tips and tricks that I hope to share. My parents are selling their home, and I couldn’t bear to let the real estate agent take the photos of the home I grew up in. I am firmly convinced that real estate agents intentionally make houses look terrible in MLS listings.
Terrible, and terribly small. When I purchased a home a year ago, I wasted a tremendous amount of time looking at homes that I would have known weren’t a fit for me if the photos had done a better job of showing the layout of the home. Also, the home we eventually bought wasn’t even on our short list of homes we saw online because the photos made it look very small. I set out to accomplish three things in this shoot: (1) I wanted the home to look large. Living area photo Photo of the Main Living Area Last, the lighting. Photo of the Yard. Decorating a home? Browse ideas for home decorating. Real estate photography tips. Good photography is as important as presenting your property well. A photograph will often be the first impression a potential buyer will have of your house, and it can influence their decision to view it.
A few tips for better photographs: Lights… action: Sounds obvious, but make sure the photos are good quality. If you decide to photograph it yourself, ensure the house is well lit with natural or electric light. A property shot late in the evening with interior lights on can look stunning. Keep it clean: Your photos should always be framed well. Shoot to thrill: In addition to documenting the best features of your property, people like to see a range of interior and exterior shots.
PictureCorrect - Photography Tips and Techniques. MP #133 : 7 conseils pour améliorer vos photos de paysage. Certains endroits visités sont tellement photogéniques que les éléments de la scène s’organisent harmonieusement entre eux et le déclic se produit rapidement. Trop même. Nous retournons à la maison et en visionnant la scène finale, un sentiment d’insatisfaction nous envahit.
Comme si l’image n’était pas tout à fait le reflet de notre personnalité. Parfois, l’endroit est surchargé et nous devons analyser la scène, nous déplacer, non sans mal, jusqu’à ce que le cadrage soit adéquat. Le 1er blog photo Francais. Virtual Tours Branded With Video for Real Estate Photography. Most real estate photographers are expected to provide two virtual tour links to their Realtor clients. One version is branded with the agent contact info on it. The other is MLS-Compliant, or unbranded. As far as I know, the majority of MLS systems do not allow agent branding to be visible in their submitted tours. Long Exposure Night Photography Tips in the Mountains.
Like most photography, long exposures are best learned by experimentation and trial and error. Still, it never hurts to have know some fundamentals if you are considering investing your time and resources into the art. Luckily, an experienced long exposure night photographer, Kamil Tamiola, has made a rather conclusive instructional video that answers some frequently asked questions. Take a look at the 20 minute video below, it’s full of help advice and tips: Camera Settings: Firstly, it’s important to know the gear you are working with. . © Kamil Tamiola and Lumitoma. 5 Tips For Better Real Estate Photography — We Are SO Photo. Top 10 Real Estate Photography Tips (and Mistakes to Avoid) for Beginners. A Beginner’s Guide to Real Estate Photography. Do you ever wonder how those amazing pictures of homes and their interiors are done? Real Estate Photography Tips.