Seattle Real Estate Photography by Malia Campbell
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I couldn’t have asked for a better house to end my year! Have a safe New Year and I’ll see you guys in 2013!
Written by Malia Campbell Photography
December 29, 2012 at 3:47 pm
Posted in Photo of the Day
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We met a couple of years ago at Bellevue Botanical Gardens when you and Scott were helping Dan Achatz with a class. I bought Scott’s ebook back when Dan was teaching me real estate photography because he recommended it. I ended up having to take a “day job” with a non-profit, but full time photography has always been my goal and I’m determined to make it work this time. However, being on a budget, I can’t jump on yours and Scott’s new video even though it looks fantastic!!! My question is, how much more is in the video than the ebook I already have? Is this on real estate video, or still photography? I have a 5D MK11, but I have zero interest in video. (I want to become an expert in still before I try adding anything else!) I just pulled up his book since I haven’t looked at it for quite a while and plan to re-read since lighting has always been my biggest challenge.
Thanks Malia, all the best to you in the new year!! Lee Tenneboe
December 29, 2012 at 6:18 pm
Hi Lee! The video is about shooting real estate photography (no video) with multiple, off camera flashes. I’d say it depends on your learning style – if you’re able to learn from reading then the e-book would be a great choice for you. If you’re more of a visual learner then I’d go for the video. There’s a lot of “put the flash here and not here…” type examples. The video is a little more recent than the book, too.
Malia Campbell Photography
December 30, 2012 at 11:10 am
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