This is the first part of the series 5 Tips for Shooting Real Estate and Architecture
There are so many great photographers at Nikonians, it’s a bit daunting to think I might have anything new or interesting to offer this community regarding our shared passion. But we know that new photographers are coming into the market all the time, and experienced shooters may want to try their hand at different subjects. So with that, I am pleased to offer an occasional column here at Nikonians relating to what I am seeing through the lens, and discussing it with anyone who is interested.
Are you a generalist or a specialist? I love to shoot across many subjects. Living in a small Texas Hill Country town, I earn my living across a great variety of projects. I spend lots of time in the growing Texas wine industry, which creates a 4-seasons shooting calendar touching on Landscape, Event, Product, and Video. Interacting with so many people has generated requests for weddings, engagements, and portraits. Recent trips to Cuba and France remind me how rewarding travel photography is.
Today, I will touch on shooting property in a thriving real estate market. There’s plenty of property to shoot - custom homes, historic homes, commercial buildings, interiors, custom landscapes, vineyards, and ranches with ample wildlife.
Sunrise over the estate vineyard at Hawk’s Shadow. Nikon D500; Nikkor 10-20mm F/4.5-5.6; ISO 500, 1/1600, F/6.3; Post processed in MacPhun Intensify CK
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I hope in the comments section you will offer some of your own advice to photographers in our community who are interested in mastering Property.
With that, I offer a few tips for Real Estate and Architecture.
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