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Some days the shoreline just churns with breakers and other days the gulf is so calm. This was one of those mornings where the gulf was very calm and the bay was like glass. Just looking at these photos reminded me of how calm it was giving me a calm spirit.
After building this sandcastle one afternoon at the beach (South Padre Island, TX), I went to the house to get cleaned up and realized I had no photos of the creation. I grabbed my camera, tripod and flashlight and headed out. When I got there I was surprised that no one had knocked it down ye...
There are a series of videos with Scott Hargis, a renowned real estate photographer, which show Scott’s lighting techniques for a typical real estate shoot. These videos are a series of time laps photos showing Scott at work with explanations along the way. Do you take this much time with your li...
At the end of 2007, I began a series of discussions on the best compact digital camera (sometimes called point and shoot cameras) for real estate. At the time I was using what has been termed a prosumer digital camera (between a professional and consumer camera often times larger and more complic...
I mean duckS Taken on the River Walk in San Antonio late this summer.
Why is the front photograph so important? 99.9% of real estate listings begin with a photograph of the front/exterior of the property. The first photograph a prospective buyer sees is most often going to encourage them to either view or not view your property's listing. It is important that y...
Man, am I getting sour in my old age or what? It's just that I don't understand why we have so many posts of "GREAT SHOTS" in the Photography Group when they should be posted in the GREAT SHOTS group. Great shots in the photography group would be just fine if those who posted ...
Scott Hargis is an exceptional real estate photographer with a reputation for great architecturaland interior photography. He's a great source of help on the Photography For Real Estate (PFRE) group on Flickr and he has taught real estate photography seminars all over the country. I'm h...