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5 Photo & Video Resources Your Competition Doesn't Want You To Know: 04/07/2011

5 Photo & Video Resources Your Competition Doesn't Want You To Know

Graduating from Beginner to Pro in Photography

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Published: 04/07/2011
Posted by: RET Staff
photographer_chicThere’s some huge advantages for real estate agents who possess the technical prowess required for photo and video production. Sellers love to know that high quality visuals are being used to attract buyers, and having the reputation of being the agent who creates notable marketing material never hurts.

Graduating from beginner to pro takes a lot of time and patience, but it’s truly never been easier to get busy at getting good.

The main advantage nowadays is that with a single instrument you can create both high-quality photo and video. No need to dump money into both fields as most new DSLRs are now equipped with HD video and photo resolution that handles pretty much any job.

If you’ve decided to go out and purchase a new camera and are looking for ways to develop your skills, there are countless resources on the web. Online training doesn’t need to cost a thing, and the pool of informative resources continues to grow by the minute.

 Photo & Video Resources for the Creative Agent  

Comments on: 5 Photo & Video Resources Your Competition Doesn't Want You To Know
by Brian Brock 2011-04-07 08:52:38
Can anyone advise me on what make/model camera is best for capturing inside photos of a home? I have found that when taking photos of a secondary bedroom all I see is the corner of the room.

by Cathy Meder 2011-04-09 07:48:29
We, at www.cathymeder.com , use a Nikon DSLR and use a wide angle lens (12-24mm) for our photography. We couple that with Nikon's flash system called iTTL which lets us use the flash guns off the camera to properly light any room we photograph. Try it, you will like the results!

by Victor Lund 2011-04-07 10:05:36
Brian - check out the KODAK EASYSHARE M580 Digital Camera. It is a compact camera so it is easy to keep in your briefcase and does an excellent job of taking wide angle photos so you can capture more of the room.

Google "kodak real estate" and it will take you right to the page with more inforamation

by Paden Followwill 2011-04-07 10:10:34
Brian- You can also check out this link to RETechnology.com. We showcase two Kodak cameras, and you can read more about their features here:

retechnology.com/index.php?kind=141&order=name&limit=50&page=1&option=com_rsttarticles&view=productlist&alliance=&show=product&cat=Other&men=directory&Itemid=177

by Timothy Butler 2011-04-11 13:05:45
A simple answer is any camera that will accomodate a wide angle lens. Back out of the doorway until you see the edges of door (frame the image carefully), then shoot. Most flashes will illuminate adequately. (the area that flash illuminates may or may-not cover all the area that the w/a lens covers - darker around the edges).

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