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Interior Photography – Lights on?

Yesterday while I was photographing this wonderful home there were a few spaces that I thought would make sense to use as illustrations for my philosophy on the use of lights when conducting interior photography: both the use of the lights that are placed in rooms for our day-to-day use and for the use of […]

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Kitchen Island Photograph

It can be argued that the kitchen is one of the most important rooms or areas in a home. I certainly agree with this and when producing the normal work I do as part of a photo shoot for a real estate listing of a home, I budget to spend a bit of extra time […]

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Real Estate Photo – Effects of distortion

Following my last blog post, I wanted to make another demonstration of the impacts of a wide angle lens in a real estate photo. Otherwise stated, this post is about how NOT to use a wide angle lens to produce a real estate photo. The first thing to note about the following photo is that […]

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Interior Real Estate Photography – Photographing a Kitchen

The before and after: taking a photograph of a kitchen from typical to high quality. This photograph demonstrates a typical real estate listing photograph for interior real estate photography that anyone with a DSLR camera, wide angle lens and camera-mounted flash unit can produce. Sure, it’s better than what you’d see coming from a mobile […]

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Interiors Photographer Peterborough Ontario

Recently I was contracted to photograph this beautiful home in Peterborough just moments from Trent University. This home was so wonderfully staged for sale by Home On Display, and I thought it would serve as an excellent example of how having a professional interiors photographer produce images for a homes sales presentation can be an integral piece […]

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