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Real Estate Property Photography HDR Walkthrough and Tutorial

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In this video The Photography Team show you how we photograph properties using HDR mode. We explain why we use this feature and show you the results. We also provide 360˚ virtual tours which we will cover in the next video. We use Canon 5d Mark 3s and the Canon 16-35 f2.8 mark 2.

Estate Agent – http://www.barnmasters.co.uk
360Video HERE: https://youtu.be/iM6latUkSKI

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  1. VIDEO&MUSICEditor
    April 7, 2019 at 09:44

    Which lens are you using?

  2. James Mauro
    April 7, 2019 at 09:44

    I started using HDR and it wasn't long before I ditched it. I started using 3 bracketed, shots, then 5, and then 7. I used Photomatix to create the HDR. I also tried "flambient," which is a combination of using flash and ambient light. There are certain situations where HDR works well, and I still revert to it, but seldom. There are several BIG problems with HDR. Color is nearly uncontrollable. There is a tendency to get halos when shooting toward brightly lit areas, for example windows. Corners are typically dark. I also found that in situations when light is coming into a room with a shiny wood floor, the floor turned blue. HDR requires a lot of post processing. But one of the main reasons I stopped, aside from the comparatively poor quality, is that is is VERY TAXING on the shutter. Shutter's on DSLR's have a limited number of actuation's, which is each time the shutter is clicked. When you reach the end of the shutter's life, you can hear it, and it requires a trip to the factory for a repair, which is rather costly. Considering that each single HDR photo, requires multiple actuation's (3, 5, or 7), the shutter prematurely reaches end of life. And on top of that, it requires a lot of computer storage space, meaning that after your merge the bracketed photos it is advisable to delete the bracketed shots, which is just another lengthy step in the workflow. I now use all flash photography in combination with available light and not only are the photos far better, but I have reduced editing time and my clients are much happier with the results, I RARELY, if ever resort to HDR for exterior shots, unless for for artistic effect.

  3. No Name
    April 7, 2019 at 09:44

    Hello please advise do you work as a freelancer or staff for someone. I am a photographer & I am interested in property photography to create an additional revenue stream. I recently contacted an Essex business that is commissioned primarily for their property photography by Essex estate agents & was advised that you have to be staff. What advise can you give someone like me in preparing a portfolio to initially approach estate agents. How much can one earn per house or do you have other terms. Thanks

  4. Danielle Kravec
    April 7, 2019 at 09:44

    I love that you don't travel with a whole lighting kit!!! What focus mode were you in? WB on auto? Thanks!

  5. Kevin Clements
    April 7, 2019 at 09:44

    Excellent & thank you !

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