Most real estate photographers will present a "highlight reel" folder of images on their website. A portfolio of twenty images might be condensed from an entire career in the business. But does this presentation really help real estate professionals understand what they might expect from twenty images produced from a single listing? Presenting a collection of images produced from a single home can be informative on a different level. Are the photos consistent? Do they work together to "tell the story" of the home? Do they help increase buyer interest?
With this in mind single home sample galleries will be added from time to time.
NOTE: tap the right and left sides of the full size images to navigate through the galleries...
Most of the above images were captured with the following equipment:
- camera: Canon 5D Mark II
- lenses: TS-E 17mm f/4L, TS-E 24mm f/3.5L, EF 16-35 f/2.8L II
- strobes: Canon Speedlight 580, multiple Nikon Speedlight SB-800 strobes
- wireless lighting: Canon Speedlight Transmitter ST-E2, PocketWizard Plus II transeivers
- tripod: Induro GT314 carbon fiber tripod
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