@grantmynott Thanks, did you see the walk through video i did of this
house? The listing agent commented that because of the photos and video he
has 2 offers that came in!!! It makes a world of difference when you have
the right stuff. Take them the video i made and say this is worth a ton of
money, esp if you are selling houses that are more expensive.
@FirebrandNIRE Awesome lens to start. I am working on a series of videos to
make this easier on you and everyone else getting started right now. We
will get you through this together.
thanks for giving us an insight into your process.. totally enjoying your
How long of an exposure do you use? Do you ever use flash when
photographing Real Estate? Alo I keep hearing about your 5 yr. plan for
photography, where can I find it or when will it be available? thanks
real estate agents are the cheapest assholes in the world…TRUE
@ChefWannabeToo Here is a mind blowing tip, you know his name and you know
about his plan. Well Youtube has a search bar where you can type ‘Jared
Polin 5 year plan’ and you will not believe it but this will show you the
exact video!! I think search has only been around for maybe 20 years so
it’s understandable why people still struggle.
@ChefWannabeToo Aside from not really understanding what you are trying to
say in that second sentence, it does help to mention book when you are
asking a question about a book. Maybe you should spend some time learning
the art of communicating with people before commenting. Oh and here’s
another tip, because I’m feeling generous today. Add ‘learn how to
communicate’ to your 5 year plan. 😀
awesome tips – im dying to get an opportunity to shoot a home like this,
myself. ive shot exteriors of some pretty baller casas, but never
interiors. Tripod is definitely a must. The link in the description wasn’t
working, but I found your images on your froknows blog by searching “real
how much do you usually charge for taking real estate photography?
@lastcomicleft could be anywhere from a couple hundred to 1k depending on
size and if I will be doing video and editing or not.
@themrjohnl there are a ton of them on my flickr.
what about exterior shots? a friend of mine wants me to take photos for his
website and he only wants exteriors.
very very very good insight, fantastic video
That house is only 729k? California living is so expensive… That house
would probably be 2-3 mil over here
took a look at the shot, its good thing your actually thinking about
exposure rather then just giving up and going HDR like the faux-tographers
Dude, update your “bit.ly” links. They are “all” with 404 error
why not use a tilt shift lens
how would you recommend getting this sort of gig?
Approach the estate agents
what mm do you recommend for photographing real estate such as this?
Jared, I tried to click on the lick on the link that you posted, but the
link is not working, I would like to see your real estate photos.
I don’t mean to nitpick because I really enjoyed your video very much….
but I hear people say it all the time and it makes it hard for me to take
them seriously, especially given the profession we are in. The word is
Realtor (two syllables), not Real-i-tor or Real-a-tor, which are said with
three syllables. Great video though! Thank you for sharing it with us 🙂
This is a great video – I wish the link to your blog worked so I could see
the pictures from this house photo shoot.
Too much bla bla bla…. and no real action… sitting without even turn on
With professionally captured images, your properties can gain customers’
interest and persuade them to commit to the purchase. To be able to sell
fast and at top dollar, your photographs must have strong visual appeal.
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