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CamRanger 2 – Pre-Review Videos from Rich Baum

By Rich Baum

For the past 8 years I have found great benefit from having my camera tethered to an iPad. I love seeing everything on a bigger screen, I really like being able to walk around and see what I am photographing in “Real Time” and having the ability to trigger my camera from anywhere gives me so much freedom & flexability especially when I am placing and testing my lights away from camera.

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Gucci
Gear, Technique

Shooting Architecture and Interiors with V-Flats

By Brian Berkowitz

A few weeks ago, I was asked by V-Flat World to write an article about my experience using a v-flat for architectural work. For listeners of our podcast, you know that we had a flash interview with the founder when we did our episode from PhotoPlus in NYC back in November.  I expressed my interest in using one for the type of work I was doing and picked one up.

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Gear

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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Sensor-Size
Gear

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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