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Choosing Music For Your Real Estate Videos

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What Lights Should Beginning Real Estate Photographers Buy?

By Andrew Pece

You are just getting into lighting, or just getting into real estate photography, and you want to know what lighting equipment to buy. It can be a complicated process, but rest assured, this article will make it simple.

Who am I? What is my name? I have been lighting things, and fiddling with photographic lighting equipment for the past twenty years. As Alec Baldwin says in Glengarry Glen Ross “That’s my name!”

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Choosing Music For Your Real Estate Videos

By David Jeffries

Selecting the perfect song for your real estate videos can be a daunting task. The backing track for a home walk-through sets the tone for the video and the overall experience for the viewer. Different songs will often impact how you edit. Songs should match the style of the home as well as your personal shooting style. Let’s start with some general considerations and then move into great resources for licensing music.

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Smugmug Is Not Enough

By Dee Zunker

I started using SmugMug in 2007 to share my photos with my friends and family. Back then the options were Shutterfly, Flickr, and Smugmug. Shutterfly and Flickr were discarded for 2 big reasons:

1. Shutterfly and Flickr required an account for the photos to be viewed. I chose Smugmug because I could send a link to my family, and they could click on it and see my photos without the hassle of creating an account. Getting my parents to just click a link was a hurdle. Creating an account would have been a barrier they would not have overcome. $35 dollars a year was not a big deal to make my stuff easily accessible.

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Drone Sensor Size: Is Smaller Better?

By Andrew Pece

You are going to face many choices when you buy a drone for your aerial photography, yet how does sensor size actually affect the choice you will be making? Are larger sensors always the better choice? It depends on what conditions you will be shooting in, and as it turns out, many of the conditions we shoot aerial photos for real estate under are ideal for small sensors.

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Do You Act Like A Business Owner?

By Darryl Stringer

I see a lot of photographers who go through the motions of shooting and editing, and it goes something like this:

They’re in the office at 8:00am, then head out the door to the first of two or three photo shoots they have for the day. With all of the driving and time spent on site waiting for the agent or homeowner to get things ready they finally get home again at about 5:00pm.

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