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Which lense to buy [closed]

I would like to buy another lenses for my Nikon D3500, I’m looking to get a wide angle lens, I have a 18-55mm lense and 70-300. I’ve been asked to take photos of a office but I need to have a wide ...
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Do I need permission to use images of real estate properties we manage?

Hi I work for a property management company and we'd like to use images of the properties which we manage within our portfolio on our website and social media/marketing materials. They are just ...
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Is a Yongnuo YN600EX-RT II speedlight overkill for real estate lighting?

I have a typical newbie question. I've done HDR for a couple of years now and I see its limitations, so I'm ready to start using flash. I do real estate photography with the Canon EF-S 10-18mm lens ...
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What makes this interior photo look unrealistic?

I have a photo that was taken by a third-party photographer (i.e. I was not the one who postprocessed it). I've been told by a number of people that this photo looks unrealistic, more like a computer-...
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real-estate photography — upgrade from Canon 50D to 5D Mark IV

I do real-estate photography. My lens is a Canon EF 17-40mm f/4L USM ultra wide angle zoom lens. If I upgrade the camera body from one with a small-sensor (Canon 50D) to one with a full-frame (Canon ...
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Best focal length for Micro 4/3 camera for a shoot of gardens and garden features?

I am mainly a web developer but now have become also a sort of a semi-pro photographer as well - shooting only portraits on my micro 4/3 system with only one lens - a beautiful Leica 25mm. I have a ...
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How can I make these winter real estate photos look like summer photos?

I'm trying to sell my home, so I took some property photos this afternoon. But the cold, blue-white light of December makes everything look...dead. Is there a way I can improve these photos to bring ...
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Buying a camera specifically for wide angle photographs [duplicate]

I am a real estate agent. My only need for the camera that I purchase, is to have the best wide angle photos. I was looking at DSLR and point and shoot cameras. What is the best point and shoot camera ...
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Taking pictures of walls

I own a real estate management company. We currently provide tenants and owners with a set of images of the condition of our rental properties on a DVD. People like it because they feel they have a ...
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What is the right way to blend multiple exposure real estate images?

I have stacked 3 exposures of the same shot in Photoshop to fuse it manually, so that I can make a better HDR image of the scene. But I am not quite sure whether I am following the right method for ...
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How to use a speedlight for real estate photography?

I manage an estate agents and we have recently invested in a new camera, wide angle lens and speedlight to improve the quality of our photography. Depending on the client's budget, we can sometimes ...
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How can I decide between the Sigma 10-20mm f3.5 or f/4-f5.6 for real estate? [closed]

I manage an estate agent in the UK and we use a mixture of professional photographers and our own in-house staff to photograph property. We're looking to upgrade our hardware and would like to know ...
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How can I get real estate images wider than 18mm (on an entry level Nikon)?

I have a Nikon D3300 with the standard 18-200 lens. I need it to take internal house photos for real estate. The current lens does not quite get enough in shot. I don't want to spend too much on a ...
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Is LR/Enfuse plugin for Lightroom redundant now that Lightroom has HDR merge feature?

I shoot real estate photography and recently learned about a plugin called LR/Enfuse, which is marketed as a tool to "blend multiple exposures together directly from within Lightroom" for higher ...
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How can I light a staged showroom interior, where there is no ceiling to bounce light from?

Now that I have successfully shot some home interiors, I now have an assignment to shoot a showroom! It looks like a typical house; kitchen, bathroom, bedroom, etc. The only difference is there's no ...
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Real estate photography: Low distortion lens VS high resolution lens?

Should one choose a (ultra wide) lens with the lowest possible distortion even though its resolution is not very good, over a lens that is very sharp, but has noticeable (barrel/mustache) distortion? ...
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How can I take good interior pictures (for selling the house)? [duplicate]

I'm about to put my house on the market, and I'd like to hear some tips for making the best possible photographs, specifically for this purpose. Among things I should like to hear comments about are ...
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What settings do I need to use for interior shots so the lights don't look flared/streaky?

What settings do I need to use for interior shots so the lights don't look flared/streaky? See example below:
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Using Canon PowerShot SX20IS 5-100.0mm for real-estate photography

I want to take some photos from my house and give to my Realtor. I have a "Canon PowerShot SX20 IS with 5-100.0mm" which is pretty good for most of casual photography. I was wondering if that lens is ...
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What features should I be looking for a budget (under $300) camera for real estate?

My wife is in real estate, and I'm purchasing a camera for her. I have a couple of features in mind, but what else should I be looking for? Budget: $300 small form factor wide angle lens capability (...
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Who owns the copyright of a picture taken of my construction work?

Here's the scenario: I work for a company that does some home improvement work. An architect designed the house, we did the work. I found pictures of that work online, contacted the architect and ...
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Bridge Camera with wide angle lens for estate agent

I own a small estate agency and I am looking to buy a bridge camera or a low spec DSLR up to £300. The widest (35mm equiv) lens I can find on a bridge camera is 22.5mm (from Nikon L810 which gets ...
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Do non-distorted wide angle lenses exist for the Pentax KR?

I do a lot of shots for work (interior design). We use a Pentax KR, which we like, but because of the size limitations of some rooms, it's hard to get a decent photo of them displaying how the room ...
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how to make a grey warehouse exterior interesting

Carrying on from my recent question on how to get a decent interior shot, now i need to do the outside. I am required to photograph the outside of a grey manufacturing warehouse. It is new (ish) so ...
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How can I rotate photos of furniture a few degrees in photoshop?

I'm trying to help a friend of mine sell his house. I'm hoping to be able to use Photoshop to insert a table and chairs into one of his empty rooms, to help people visualize what the room could look ...
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What type of wide-angled lens is the best option for photographing rooms in a hotel?

We have a small B&B and would like ourself to do photos for frequent change on the website. I am very good at photographing, technical aspects however are not my strongest side. I need to have ...
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Is the Canon 5D MKII with Canon EF 17-40 f4 L a good combination for interior real estate photography?

95% of my photography is real estate interiors - 5% being those propertys' exteriors. Most images are displayed on the web, some go to press, some to print - so good quality is required. I mainly ...
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What equipment is necessary/preferred for real estate photography?

What equipment is necessary for real estate photography, and what is preferred? I'm starting into real estate photography, and I'm trying to figure out what I need and what I will want to plan on ...
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Standard Real Estate Package

I'm trying to get things in order to do real estate photography, and I'm trying to figure out some packages. For real estate photography, what should a basic package consist of? At the moment I'm ...
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How are virtual tour photos taken?

I am currently working to design a flash virtual tour, but I know little about how the photographs are taken. Ideally I'd like to be able to take a set of 6 shots from a single focal point, and be ...