Photography for Real Estate Interiors: How to take and create impressive interior photos (Real Estate Photography)

March 4, 2020 - Comment

From gear to editing, composition, lighting, settings, techniques and more, real estate photographer Nathan Cool provides a comprehensive guide for shooting high-quality interior real estate photography from start to finish. Learn how to not just take, but also “make” great real estate interior photos with an efficient workflow and cost-effective tools to speed up your

From gear to editing, composition, lighting, settings, techniques and more, real estate photographer Nathan Cool provides a comprehensive guide for shooting high-quality interior real estate photography from start to finish. Learn how to not just take, but also “make” great real estate interior photos with an efficient workflow and cost-effective tools to speed up your shooting and editing processes. With over 70 color images showing real-world examples, screen shots and diagrams, you’ll learn the principles that Nathan Cool and many other professional real estate photographers apply to their work. Far from being a dry academic tome, this book shows practical techniques that prove profitable for a real estate photography business. See how you can stand out from today’s crowd of camera clickers and show clients you charge like a pro because you shoot like one.

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Anonymous says:

Cool book. Just starting in real estate photography and was wondering how the pros got such cool photos. My first time was kind of a flop. Got some cool shots but I worked very hard to them and had to process heavily. Not cool. But I found this Cool guy on YouTube and tried some of his cool techniques but some details were glossed over and I got a bit frustrated. This book put things together nicely. And gave me a better understanding of what to do in post processing. Very cool. Also there is really no…

Anonymous says:

Good at Times, Woefully Lacking at Others This book is at times good, while woefully lacking at others. Examples of the good parts include the introduction to the author’s 3- shot multiple exposure technique referred to as “Ambient / Flash / Window Pulls”. Haven’t tried it yet, but I certainly like the images. If just getting started, there are many rudimentary nuggets of info such as shooting RAW, recommendation of certain focal lengths, explanation of lens distortion, etc.The book is woefully lacking in several key areas,…

Anonymous says:

Great reference for interior photography! Nathan provides a detailed, no nonsense approach to crisp, bright interior photos…but that feel like a real, live room with natural highlights, shadows and reflections. Using this process you can see a flat, boring flash shot come alive as you brush in the ambient light. From the gear that will work best, all the way to exporting finished photos everything is covered in detail. If you take the time to understand what you read in this book and then put it into action, even in your own home,…

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