As photographers, every single one of us is guilty. We have all done it. We wanted to grab our camera and make some photographs in what we thought was an interesting location. What stopped us was the nagging thought that other people may wonder what we are up to.Continue reading
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.Continue reading
Since 2008 I have operated Showcase Photography, a company offering high end video productions and photography for all architectural clients . With growing demand and huge interest, I added to my services aerial photography and videography in 2015.
What can be harder than pricing anything in real estate media? Should you charge by number of images, the square footage of the home, the listing price? How can you price your work to make it appealing to a great number of agents while still providing for your needs? As a business, we have definite answers to how we have priced our real estate video. You may not agree, but I would love to share with you our thought process and hopefully help you out.Continue reading
By Dee Zunker
My CrashPlan Story
I have been using CrashPlan since Hurricane Rita in 2005. We evacuated for that hurricane, and I had a car full of hard drives, photos, and negatives. After that storm, I decided to fully digitize my photos, and to get an offsite backup of my files. I have had an onsite backup for many years, but I really needed an offsite backup. CrashPlan was the best option at the time.<
By Matthew Stallone
Are you looking to grow your Instagram account to start getting business from it? Is important to grow organically and have relevant and active followers who will be customers.
If you’ve been a real estate photography business owner for a few years now then you know what it’s like to look back on what you’ve done in the past, and to wish you’d done a few things differently.
We don’t want to let those things hang around our neck too much, but I thought it would be helpful if I were to outline three things that I learned during my 17 years as a real estate photography business owner. I hope this helps.Continue reading