How To Prepare For A Real Estate Photography Session

Posted on: 15 September 2021

Real estate photography can do a lot to sell a property. If you're planning to have a photographer visit a place, it's a good idea to have a checklist of preparations for the session. These four items will help you and the photographer achieve great results. Minor Repairs and Updates If you're likely to perform minor repairs or updates to the location, this is the time to do them. Even something as small as a brand-new faucet can make a bathroom or kitchen look just a smidge better.
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Include These 5 Things In Your Video Production Binder

Posted on: 13 July 2021

If you are planning an upcoming video production shoot, you are going to want to create a binder with all the essential documents for those that are on set. Here are some things that you'll want to include in your video production binder. Contact Info One of the first pages of the binder should have the contact information for everyone involved in the shoot that day. This involves the names and phone numbers of production assistance, talent, producers, directors, and all vendors.
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3 Tips For Taking Underwater Photos

Posted on: 7 May 2021

Have you been getting into underwater photography but do not like how your photos are coming out? If so, it will help to know some tips so that you can take better underwater photos.  Take Photos At The Subject's Level A common mistake that people make when they start taking underwater photos is that they photograph everything from the top down. You see something interesting and want to take a picture, so you take it from the depth that you are at and try to focus on the subject.
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Buy A Digital Camera That Can Also Shoot Video

Posted on: 23 February 2021

It's important to carefully assess all of the functionality that a digital camera offers before you decide to buy it. Even if you expect to primarily use your new camera for photographs, a camera that has a video function can be advantageous. This is a function that is available on many digital cameras, and you can generally engage it with the press of a button — allowing you to quickly shift from photo mode into video mode.
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