Listing photos taken by an experienced real estate shutterbug can make all the difference when marketing a property. But before you hire a pro, know how they work.
Forget megapixels. A DSLR lens has more influence on your image quality than you think.
Whether you’re shooting video with a camera or your smartphone, there are a few accessories you’re going to need.
From thermal imaging to 4K video, this year’s cameras offer new innovative technology you can put to work in your real estate business.
Sam DeBord explains how he shot a mobile-friendly, professional-looking video of one of his listings in less than an hour.
Not all photographers or cameras are created equal — and they’re not all right for real estate. From hiring a pro to finding the gear that meets your needs, learn what it takes to make the appropriate photography investment in your business.
If you want to have the best materials for shooting quality listing photos, know what you can and can’t go cheap on.
Refresh your memory or learn a few new words with this list of handy camera and video terms.
Find out what kind of gear your fellow real estate pros carry in their camera bags.
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