Have you ever thought about trying real estate photography? It can be a wonderful way to make extra cash between assignments, or may even be something you consider doing on a more full-time basis. This may be something you have not considered before, but definitely could be a good market to get into. We saw this short video guide by photographer Troy Nikolic that we thought would be great for everyone to check out and see if real estate photography peaks your interest.
If real estate photography is something totally new to you, this video is packed full of tips and basic guidelines. He shares the gear he uses, his setup, as well as post-processing advice for shooting different rooms and the house itself.
Check out the full video up top to head a few extra tips and find out how Troy processes his images to produce professional results.
Troy uses a Impact LiteTrek 4.0 monolight at 1/1 and 1/2 power (depending on the room) and shoots through a Canon 16-35mm f/2.8L with his Canon 6D set to f/11, 1/40, and ISO 100 for his base settings.
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