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Thomas Russ Arnestad
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Innovation manager / CTO at Inviso AS
Innovation manager / CTO at Inviso AS

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Lovely and cold winter afternoon in Trysil, Norway
#sunset #winter #winterwonderland
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Changing media landscape - what´s the FUTURE of REAL ESTATE PHOTOGRAPHERS?
Ten years ago real estate agents took the photos themselves. Over the last decade or more we´ve professionalized the business tremendously and deliver top notch quality at the blink of an eye, at high volume and low prices.

Changes in the media- & tech landscape are about to disrupt the real estate business and the need for unique content is increasing. Agents still want photos, virtual tours and floorplans, but they also want unique and branded videos, virtual reality showcases, augmented reality solutions, 360 videos, photos and videos shot from drones etc... 

Point is, there´s a lot going on and the demands of our target market is changing. Many of the agents don´t even see the change coming and we need to adapt, educate and prepare them. 

Where does this put the professional real estate photographer? 
Do we continue to worship our profession or do we educate ourselves to become multi-content-makers?

I´m curious about what you guys are thinking and what other products you see coming on the horizon / you offering in the coming years.

#pfre #realestate #photographer #realestatephotographer #trends

Imagesource: theguardian.com
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Driving lesson 101
Definition of a busy intersection. Captured in Ho Chi Minh City back in 2004.

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Seriously good sunrise shot - make sure to read about the work behind this shoot too.
'Cherish These Moments'
Kalbarri, Western Australia

I had waited the better part of a year to photograph Nature's Window in Kalbarri National Park. I needed the right time of year so the sunrise would line up with the view through the window, overlooking the Murchison River as it curves it's way around the Z-Bend. The first sunrise didn't yield any results with not a cloud to be seen. However when I woke up at 4am to see some clouds out to the east I started to get excited. As I was driving over the corrugated dirt road into the park I could see the colours starting to appear at first light. At this point I was confident I might be about to witness something special. I composed my shot and didn't have to wait long for the scene to erupt in colour! One of the best sunrises I have seen in a long time and I couldn't have been more thrilled to be at a place to spectacular with my camera equipment. The two days prior had been incredibly windy. This morning however there wasn't a breathe of wind, leaving the trees in the gorge completely still. I am thrilled to have got conditions far better than I could have even asked for! Nature's Window and the rest of Kalbarri is just spectacular. While capturing this photograph I could see two swans in the river and had already seen a couple of Kangaroos.

#kalbarri #seeaustralia #westernaustralia #natureswindow
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Architectural elements of downtown Rotterdam - such a cool city from a photographic point of view. #Rotterdam
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Architectural elements of downtown Rotterdam - such a cool city from a photographic point of view. #Rotterdam
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Berliners crossing the street in Prenzlauer Berg in Berlin.
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