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12-06-2015, 01:39 PM   #91
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As a REALTOR, I am totally impressed with your work, presentation and pricing. I don't know if you know about this website: http://photographyforrealestate.net/

It is has great resources for the technical side as well as the business side of a RE photography business.
Where are you located?

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Where are you located?
Oh, Houston Tx. Cool. I was just curious what the housing market is and what the photography market is like

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Here's a before and after with straight ambient vs composite. The composite consisted of a polarized layer and umbrellas with strobes illuminating the interior and clothing. The most drastic change affected by the polarizer was the yellow lighting reflecting off the wood floor. The polarized filter not only weakened the glare, but took out a majority of the yellow color cast too. To further minimize the yellow cast, I took out select areas with a desaturation of the yellow channel. Click the image to reveal a before/after slider.


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Update with a house I shot recently. Link here
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