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Wondering Which 360-degree Camera to Buy?
Wednesday, August 5, 2020 at 8:00 AM PDT Learn the differences in scan speed, resolution and accuracy to help you make the right choice. We'll also demonstrate the power of Measurement Mode, Dollhouse and Floor Plan Views, and show you what that "View Mesh" button is all about. During "What's New and What's Next," Chief Architect Hakon Erichsen will talk about improvements to VR enablement and the Guided Tour feature, also known as Highlight Reel. And Elizabeth Fabozzi, Senior Product Marketing Manager, will introduce you to Matterport Capture Services™, a new solution for enterprise customers in North America and Europe who require on-demand scheduling of experienced and reliable Matterport Capture Technicians™ to scan their properties. If you're a photographer who owns a Pro 2 camera - or are considering a purchase of one - you'll find out how to apply to the Capture Technician program. Register now!
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Top 5 Beginner Camera Tips for Real Estate Photography
Starting off in real estate photography? Not sure where to begin? We're here to help! This article will explore five practical tips for anyone starting off in real estate photography that will help speed up your workflow and improve image quality.
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Real Estate Video Marketing 101
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Real Estate Property Photos: Property Photography 101
Whether it's services or goods, an aesthetically pleasing picture will attract more eyes and drive more leads. Real estate property photos are no exception to this rule. If you're starting out and don't want to invest in a professional real estate photographer, or are looking to cut some costs, we've put together a beginner's guide you can use to create compelling real estate photos for your own listings. With this guide and practice, you can create better listing photos that will grab the most eyes!
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5 Keys to Choosing the Right Camera Equipment for Real Estate
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Best Real Estate Camera?
What is the best camera out there for real estate? That is the most popular question I get while traveling across the country and on the Tech Savvy Agent Facebook page. The boring answer is....there isn't a single camera that is best suited for real estate. Cameras evolve so quickly, new models appear yearly, and everyone has a different level of photographic skill. However, I know you guys still want some type of direction for your budget, and that is the key word here--budget. When people ask me to recommend a "good" option, my price range for a "decent" kit starts at around $1500. Does that make it the only price range you should look in? No, for most agents that investment simply isn't feasible, or some agents have the budget to go much higher! I created a video tutorial that might help you with this question. No, I don't tell you what camera to buy. Instead, this video covers what to look for in a camera that will be used for real estate purposes. It doesn't matter if you want to spend $500 or $5000 dollars. It's important to have a basic understanding of each specification and what it means to you and your final images.
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A Guide to Mobile Photography for Real Estate
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5 Easy Ways to Integrate Video into Your Marketing Efforts
Guest Contributor Veneeta Eason says: Real estate professionals know that success is, in part, driven by how well they can create a connection. One way to do that is to integrate video into your marketing campaign. With today’s technology, it is easier than ever to capture great video. What previously required a studio, a green screen and professional media equipment can now be done with a handheld video camera and a computer. More importantly, video has the ability to increase your business, build better relationships and amplify your credibility.  Here are five easy ways to integrate video into your marketing efforts:
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How To Take Listing Photos in Wintertime
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How to Select a Good Point and Shoot Camera
Recently, Kodak partnered with REALTOR® Magazine to present a nationwide “Listing through a Lens” webinar on taking good pictures. This webinar covered many aspects of photography and serves as an excellent reference for agents who are looking to improve the photo quality of the listings they market. While there are many considerations for what makes a good camera, with today’s modern cameras and technology, it is possible for an agent to take a great picture using a point and shoot that has a great lens. This series of articles will provide real estate agents with valuable information on the types of equipment they need, and feature expert content to help maximize your listing photos. In this article, we are pleased to provide some of the features you would want to look for in a “point-and-shoot” digital camera to get the most out of your listings.
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