Originally Posted by lsgregory
EDIT: Just realized how old this last post was. My bad!
Don't mean for this to sound harsh. Hire someone else. Real Estate photography can be tricky and certainly is a job for more than just a D3000 and a wide angle lens. You are talking a full frame body and EXPENSIVE pro glass along with a couple flashes and maybe some light modifiers. Plus, it will take some time to learn the equipment to get the images that will really get those potential buyers in the door. As you well know, the real estate market is full of crap photos. I do commend you for both recognizing this and trying to do something about it. But like I said, spend a couple hundred bucks and get a pro in there to all but sell the house for you!
Also, mods should move this to another forum.
Last edited by kjmdrumz3; 07-12-2010 at 11:38 AM.
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