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Photographing interiors is not as easy as you might think, and it takes a lot of practice to produce consistently strong, high-impact compositions for your clients. Still, there is money to be made in this field, and whether you're looking to work as a full-time real estate photographer or develop a side-line business, you'll need to arm yourself to produce client-pleasing photographs. In this book, Ron Castle (Del Rio, Texas) introduces you to the skills you need to succeed in real estate photography. You'll gain insight into some basics of the business, and
you'll learn what kind of equipment you'll need to do the job. You'll also learn what and what NOT to photograph, work to produce strong compositions, and find suggestions for an efficient and effective post-processing workflow. The later chapters will consist of several sample home shoots. These images and their captions will provide helpful suggestions and perspectives on what a typical "real-world" real estate shoot entails. (Ron Castle)



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Michael Fagans

Michael Fagans simply enjoys telling people's stories. His journey has taken him to the Navajo Nation, Malawi, India, Afghanistan, Scotland, Canada, the Dominican Republic, Belize and Guatemala.

Michael is an Assistant Professor at the Meek School of Journalism at the University of Mississippi. He is also a filmmaker and working on his second feature length documentary.

Follow him on Instagram @mfphotog or here http://michaelfagans.com/category/instagram/



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