Real Estate Photography Course With Online Classes

Real estate photography is an important part of the real estate industry. It’s not just about taking pictures, but also editing them and marketing your services to potential clients. In this course you will learn how to take great photos of real estate properties, edit them correctly so they look their best when displayed online or printed out on paper and finally sell those photos using various strategies such as using social media marketing platforms like Facebook & Instagram etc…

As a real estate photographer, you will be able to capture and edit your images for social media, web sites and portfolios. The course covers the basics of how to get great exterior lighting without using flash or extra equipment. It also teaches you how to get great interior shots using only natural light or by adding light or flash if necessary.

This course is broken up into three sections: Exterior Photos, Interior Photos and Marketing Your Images

The interior photography course is very thorough, and I have created a series of videos that show exactly how to get great interior shots using only natural light or by adding light or flash if necessary. There are almost no interiors that can’t be made to look beautiful using what we are taught in these sections!

The first video will take you through the basics of taking pictures indoors, including where best place your camera, how much room should be between objects (like tables or chairs), and how much depth/distance from the lens should be used for each subject. This will help ensure that your images turn out well regardless of whether they were taken at home or outside with all its challenges associated with photography outdoors in bad weather conditions such as wind blowing around things like trees leaves etc..

This course will teach you how to capture, edit and market real estate photography. The course is broken up into 3 sections, 4 lessons each. The total time is roughly 2 hours 45 minutes (I did my best to pace the lessons to be easy to follow). It is recommended that you watch the lessons in order starting with #1 in each section. You can purchase the entire course for $169 or rent it for $9.99 per section per week. I have worked with many real estate agents over the years and this course is designed for someone who is just beginning as a real estate photographer or wants to start a side business offering this service. All of the techniques shown are from my years of experience taking thousands of photos..

Real Estate Photography Course

  •  Intro To Photography
  • Industry Expectations – Price, Turn Around
  • The Equipment
  • Aperture, ISO & Shutter Speed
  • Camera Settings
  • Compositions Tips For Real Estate Photography
  • Shot List
  • How To Prep A Home
  • Example Video To Send To Your Clients – How To Prep A Home
  • Job Shadow #1 – Two-Story Renovated
  • Job Shadow #2 – Large Vacant Home
  • Job Shadow #3 – Beautiful Inside, Ugly Outside
  • Job Shadow #4 – House Of Mirrors
  • Job Shadow #5 – Scottsdale (Part 1 Of 2 – Pre-Twilight)
  • Job Shadow #5 – Scottsdale (Part 2 Of 2 – Twilight)
  • Job Shadow #6 – Four-Plex
  • Job Shadow #7 – Gold Canyon (Twilight)
  •  6 Beginner Mistakes And How To Avoid Them
  • Summary On Shooting Real Estate Photos
  • Intro To Photo Editing
  • The Software | Photography
  • How To Import Presets
  • Screen Replacements
  • Adding Fire To Fire Places
  • Sky Replacements
  • How To Blur Agent Signs
  • My Object Removals Thought Process
  • Outsourcing Your Photo Editing
  • Summary on Photo Editing

The course is broken up into 3 sections, 4 lessons each.

  • The course is broken up into 3 sections, 4 lessons each.
  • You will take a photo of an apartment, then you will take another photo of the same apartment with different settings and a different background.
  • This will help you learn about different types of photography settings that are available for your camera, as well as how to use them correctly.

The total time is roughly 2 hours and 45 minutes (I did my best to pace the lessons to be easy to follow).

The total length of this course is roughly 2 hours and 45 minutes. Each lesson consists of about 10-20 minutes, so you’ll be able to complete each section in about 15-20 minutes.

Each section also has a quick overview video at the beginning that explains what we’re going to cover in more detail later on in the video series. These are meant to help you understand the concepts better before diving into each lesson, but they aren’t required watching if you already know them! If you do want to watch them though, here’s an outline:

It is recommended that you watch the lessons in order starting with #1 in each section.

It is recommended that you watch the lessons in order starting with #1 in each section. This way, you will learn more about each lesson and be able to put them together better. Some of the lessons build on earlier ones, so it’s best to work through them in order so that when you finish one of these sections, you’ll have a good understanding of what was covered before it (and vice versa).

You can purchase the entire course for $169 or rent it for $9.99 per section per week.

You can purchase the entire course for $169 or rent it for $9.99 per section per week. The price includes one-on-one coaching with a tutor and access to our private Facebook group where you can ask questions about each lesson!

The first section focuses on working with light, composition and posing in your photos so that they look like professional studio portraits instead of Instagram selfies! Each lesson will be broken up into 4 lessons (1 hour each) which makes it easy to follow along if you want to learn more about this topic at once or watch them individually over time as your schedule allows!

I have worked with many real estate agents over the years and this course is designed for someone who is just beginning as a real estate photographer or wants to start a side business offering this service.

It is a common misconception that real estate photographers are only available in large cities. In fact, there are many photographers working throughout the country. One of my clients is located in Illinois and has been working with me for over 10 years. She specializes in photographing homes on the market as well as houses being sold by owners who have moved out of state or sold their home to someone else.

Real estate photography can be a great side business if you have the time, energy and patience to invest into it! You will learn how much work goes into preparing your photos before they’re taken so that they look professional and attractive (and not like they were taken with your phone).

All of the techniques shown are from my years of experience with thousands of real estate photos taking all over Long Island, NY and Manhattan.

All of the techniques shown are from my years of experience with thousands of real estate photos taking all over Long Island, NY and Manhattan. The most important thing to remember is that lighting is everything! Natural light is always best but if you don’t have access to it, artificial or flash lighting will work great too!

With a little practice, you’ll be able to create beautiful images in any environment!

Having good lighting skills will be your most valuable asset as you begin real estate photography (many times lighting is all that separates a good shot from a bad one). I go through some easy tips on how to get great exterior lighting without using flash or extra equipment.

Having good lighting skills will be your most valuable asset as you begin real estate photography (many times lighting is all that separates a good shot from a bad one). I go through some easy tips on how to get great exterior lighting without using flash or extra equipment.

There are two types of light: natural and artificial light. Natural light comes from the sun, moon, stars and other natural sources such as windows in buildings or trees outside your house. Artificial lights include: streetlamps at night; flashlights during the day; headlights from cars driving by; headlights from vehicles coming towards you at night if it’s dark outside because they use their high beams which can illuminate your subject area for about 30 seconds before fading away again leaving no trace left behind except maybe some minor reflection off water drops on windowsill etcetera…

I also show how to get great interior shots using only natural light or by adding light or flash if necessary. There are almost no interiors that can’t be made to look beautiful using what we are taught in these sections!

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