San Francisco, CA -- (SBWIRE) -- 03/17/2014 -- Photography has become a major industry after the explosion of the internet into modern culture, and photography services are now more in demand than ever. Good photographers may wish to consider taking photographs of real estate as a productive and profitable niche outlet for their talents, but there are many skills to photographing empty spaces they may not be aware of. To help people hone these skills, Lance Selgo created Tips For Real Estate Photography following his own success in the field, sharing the lessons he learned on his journey.
The editorials are broken down into two distinct categories, articles for realtors and articles for photographers. Both the content and the voice is modulated dependent on the audience, so realtors get practical advice where photographers can receive technical insights.
The real estate photography tips include how to use remote control drones to take stunning aerial and high angle shots of exteriors and grounds, what kind of equipment yields the best results, and how to edit photos in post to give the very best impression. The articles even include useful tips on file management so as not to get lost in the process.
Lance Selgo, author of Tips For Real Estate Photography explained, “We offer more than just a single real estate photography tutorial filled with tidbits and morsels of knowledge. Our aim is to provide a complete and comprehensive resource center and do so for free. Too many companies look at making money from knowledge, when experience is their real premium. We are happy to share the knowledge gained from our experience so other photographers can hit the ground running, realtors can even try their hand at improving the photos they take themselves, and home owners can make their real estate look the most presentable. No matter what angle people are coming from, we are confident they can find what they need.”
About Tips For Real Estate Photography
Lance Selgo, owner of Unique Exposure Photography, set up his real estate photography business in 2010 while continuing web development work in corporate America. By September of 2012 he left the corporate world to dedicate his time to his successful real estate photography business. Now he shares the lessons he learned with others to help them pursue success in this niche. For more information please visit: http://www.tipsforrealestatephotography.com/