If you’ve been interested in trying your hand at real estate photography for some spare cash between assignments, this short video guide by photographer Troy Nikolic a great place to start.
Packed full of tips and basic guidelines, Troy shares his gear, setup, and post-processing advice for shooting different rooms and the house itself. It’s not a comprehensive guide and it won’t teach seasoned real estate shooters anything new, but it offers beginners a solid foundation to build upon.
Troy’s setup is pretty simple. He uses a Impact LiteTrek 4.0 monolight at 1/1 and 1/2 power (depending on the room) and shoots through a Canon 16-35mm f/2.8L with his Canon 6D set to f/11, 1/40, and ISO 100 for his base settings.
The gear and settings, of course, are just the beginning. Check out the full video up top to head a few extra tips and find out how Troy processes his images to produce professional results.