My Gear Bag: Equipment I Use for Real Estate Photography

Real estate photography gear and equipment. I love cameras and lenses as much as the next guy, but when shooting a real estate listing, it’s important to consider efficiency. I have found that when I carry more gear with me, not only is is heavy and cumbersome, but it also slows me down during a shoot when I use more gear. In my experience, the extra gear rarely translates to a better finished photo. So with that in mind, here is my minimal real estate photography kit.

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How to Deal with Flash Glare in Windows

Often times when shooting real estate photography with flash, we will see reflections from the flash in windows and other reflective surfaces. Here’s a quick and easy technique for shooting and editing real estate listing photos that can help deal with those flash reflections.

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Interview with a Real Estate Agent

The value we provide to real estate agents does not end with the use of listing photos. We are a part of their brand, and savvy agents recognize that the images we shoot for them represent them and their service. Here’s an excerpt from my interview with Shannon Makaila, an agent in Atlanta, GA.

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Selective Perspective Correction

Selectively correcting the perspective of your images helps reduce the effects of wide angle distortion in your images. It can dramatically change the look of a photo, and it is a correction I make to most of my images. Here’s how it works.

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