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Successful book „Lighting 101“ transferred into German by us

Oliver M. Zielinski Oliver M. Zielinski - 25. März 2014 - in: English

Grundkurs Blitzen (Lighting 101)Using flash in real estate photography requires some basic knowledge. Recently Strobist David Hobby has published a new version of his standard work „Lighting 101“. The translation service GermanoMedia of our agency has transferred this e-book into German.

Although David’s manual mainly concentrates on the usage of flashes for headshots, it contains useful basic information even for beginners in real estate photography.

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PrimePhoto publishes German version of free e-book from PhotographyForRealEstate

Oliver M. Zielinski Oliver M. Zielinski - 18. August 2013 - in: English

PrimePhoto publishes German version of free e-book from PhotographyForRealEstatePrimePhoto has translated, edited and published the German version of Larry Lohrman’s free e-book „What Realtors Need to Know about Photography“ from PhotographyForRealEstate.

Contents and Making of

In this e-book the author describes how real estate photos work für the buyer, the seller and the realtor.

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How much Manipulation Can a Real Estate Photo Take?

Oliver M. Zielinski Oliver M. Zielinski - 5. Juli 2013 - in: English

The quality and authenticity of real estate photos make a huge contribution to a successful property sale. This article wants to explain how much manipulation of the set for a photoshoot and how much image editing on the computer are appropriate.

Before and While Shooting

Already in the run-up to a real estate property sale everything has to be done to present the object as impressive as possible. The home owner has to know that required repairs and refurbishment prove to be investments that will show up later in a higher return on sales – and look good on photographs.

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Checklist for Preparing a Real Estate Property for Photography

Oliver M. Zielinski Oliver M. Zielinski - 30. Juni 2013 - in: English

The human eye is surprisingly tolerant when it comes to watching interiors. If you look at them directly a pair of eyes generously passes over any flaws in the scene because the next attraction already sits around the corner. But when watching the same scene on a photograph every little deficiency becomes visible and distracts the attention from the intended image expression. Thus already prior to the photo shoot some rules need to be followed. That’s why I have compiled this photography checklist.

Also psychology has a special role: Every human being wants to feel comfortable in its own home. Mainly responsible for this is the personal preference for furnishing and decoration. Living space which is ready for viewing by prospective buyers should be equipped with a rather modest number of furniture and deco. Everything that is redundant, personal and ordinary has to disappear. The viewer has to feel the existing arrangement just as an option for a possible use.

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