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10 Tips for Real Estate Photography Beginners



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5 comments
  1. 100% with you on this one especially tip number 1. I applaud your courage in saying the truth despite any controversy.
    There are many specialised interior and architecture photographers out there to learn from who don't overphotoshop their photos. What works for landscapes does not work for interiors. I am a big fan of Mike Kelley too even though he is less approchable he never responds to my comments, but his technique and quality for architectural photography is flawless, and between you two there is enough for anyone to get inspired. Serge is a genius in his own element but his interior style looks too fake despite being from real photos and would be rejected by my clients if I do what he does on my renderings.

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