The course is based on the highly acclaimed book currently helping real estate professionals. It makes a great companion piece for quick reference and in-depth coverage.
“This week, I found a book that taught me some things about real estate that I didn’t know. And more importantly, things that I need to know, and things that will help me show my real estate more effectively to both potential buyers and prospective renters.
The book that has changed my picture-taking skill set is “How To Take Photos That Move Houses,” by Ed Wolkis. Ed is an Atlanta-based architectural photographer, and his photos clearly demonstrate a dedication to perfection. But his understandable step-by-step approach to taking great digital photos gave even me the confidence to try again.” (read article) – John Adams
– John Adams, Leading expert and consultant on issues of home ownership in the Southeast. Regular on News-Talk Radio, real estate columnist for The Sunday Atlanta Journal & Constitution. Real estate expert for Fox5’s Good Day Atlanta.
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Amazon.com reviews; what readers are saying about the book
5.0 out of 5 stars
A Must-Have for Realtors, Home Stagers, & Interior Designers!
By R.D. Rumpf
As an interior designer…. I’ve tried researching this type of photography without much luck before now… This book, on the other hand, is 100% applicable to what I need to do. It gives great guidance about a minimal amount of equipment needed to vastly improve my interior photos (a collapsible tripod in one hand, and everything else I need fits in the camera bag), as well as information about neat corrections and enhancements that can easily be done in Photo Shop, with every term explained. This is an absolute godsend!
5.0 out of 5 stars
The Ultimate Go-To Guide For Real Estate Professionals
This is absolutely the BEST book on the market for real estate professionals who want to get people into the doors of the houses they’re selling. With very little experience in real estate photography, I was hired by an agent to take pictures of a residential listing. I studied over this book for a few days, and I know that it made a dramatic impact on the success of my photo shoot. The house sold within 48 hours of being on the market, and the couple who bought it admitted that they decided to tour that house based solely on the superiority of pictures listed on the internet. The techniques I learned from this book made all of this possible.
The author explains both the basics of equipment and lighting, and then goes on to cover the more complicated themes like photo editing. The best part about this book is that is written in such a way that a beginner won’t get lost and a seasoned photographer won’t get bored. This book is indispensable to agents and real estate photographers who need to sell homes.