Settings For Starting In Real Estate Video

By David Jeffries Where do you begin when you are setting up your shots for a real estate video...

Copyright & Licensing For Real Estate Photography

By Jordan Powers I originally created this video to send to my clients, but as I was wrapping up...

Goldilocks, The Architectural Photographer

By Stephen Schafer Once upon a time, there was an architectural photographer named Goldilocks. She went to a job...

Webinar Announcement: Mastering Twilight Photography Editing

We have been talking for a while about some upcoming webinars and we are extremely excited to announce our...

Basic Real Estate Video Gear - Your First Set Up

By David Jeffries So you want to dive into the world of real estate video? Great choice! What will...
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Settings For Starting In Real Estate Video
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Copyright & Licensing For Real Estate Photography
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Goldilocks, The Architectural Photographer
Education, Technique, Webinar
Webinar Announcement: Mastering Twilight Photography Editing
Gear, Video
Basic Real Estate Video Gear - Your First Set Up
Technique

Refine Your Shooting Skills

If you're looking to refine your technique or learn new ones, our collection of articles on photography technique are the perfect resource for you.

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Shooting-Spaces-LogoWho Are We?

Inspired by our Shooting Spaces Podcast, we set out to create an online resource where real estate, architectural and interior photographers can find all the resources they need to be successful in their business.

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Make your Business Profitable

Browse our series of articles from some of the industries top pros transform your business today into something to be proud of!

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Three Things I Learned As A Real Estate Photography Business Owner

By Darryl Stringer

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.

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Exposing Interiors for Real Estate Video

By David Jeffries

Exposing Interiors for Real Estate Video

Whether you are shooting real estate photography or video, properly exposing your image is crucial. Some of the luxuries we have in photography are unavailable or unrealistic when you are capturing a home for real estate video. Knowing the tools at your disposal and adjusting your expectations will allow you to produce your best video productions.

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Business

The Four-Step Sequence That Could Revolutionize Your Business

By Darryl Stringer

Here’s a sequence that you could be using in your business, whether it’s in regard to marketing, or the technique you use to photograph a home, or your pricing:

Step 1. Identify.

The first thing you need to do is identify the problem that you want to solve. Research it thoroughly, and make sure you know as much as possible about the problem so that you can be sure you are going in the right direction.

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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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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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