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Lance Selgo
North Dallas professional real estate photography, video and virtual tours.
North Dallas professional real estate photography, video and virtual tours.
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Want to start learning how to add video into your real estate photography services? This post discusses my equipment, settings and different shot angles.

http://www.tipsforrealestatephotography.com/how-to/real-estate-video-equipment-settings/ 

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Using a Canon camera that only has 3 or 5 brackets, but you need 7? And you don't want to buy a Promote Control? Check out Magic Lantern!

http://www.tipsforrealestatephotography.com/how-to/turn-canon-bracketing-machine-free/
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Using a Canon camera that only has 3 or 5 brackets, but you need 7? And you don't want to buy a Promote Control? Check out Magic Lantern!

http://www.tipsforrealestatephotography.com/how-to/turn-canon-bracketing-machine-free/
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Here's how I handle scheduling, payments, delivery and tour creation with my real estate photography business.

http://www.tipsforrealestatephotography.com/client-management/client-management-system-for-real-estate-photographers/

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Here's how I handle scheduling, payments, delivery and tour creation with my real estate photography business.

http://www.tipsforrealestatephotography.com/client-management/client-management-system-for-real-estate-photographers/

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I went from using a Glidecam HD-2000 to a DJI Ronin-M for walk-through video tours. The Glidecam was so difficult to balance, and I would always have to reshoot when I would notice the camera tilting, etc. So frustrating! Say no more to reshoots with the Ronin-M! Here's my little review on some of the positives/negatives, but overall positives!

Anyone else using the Ronin or Ronin-M? Any tips you would like to share? Next Tuesday I'm supposed to get the thumb controller in the mail so I can tilt/pan with the thumb, looking forward to that.

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Ever tried to balance a Glidecam HD-2000 or Steadicam? Yeah, NOT FUN. Check out my review of the DJI Ronin-M - silky smooth walk-through footage without much work at all! If you were hesitant to add video to your services, now is the time.

http://www.tipsforrealestatephotography.com/gear/real-estate-video-tours-dji-ronin-m-review/
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My review of the DJI Ronin-M for real estate photographers and walk-through video tours.

http://www.tipsforrealestatephotography.com/gear/real-estate-video-tours-dji-ronin-m-review/
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Do you have a backup strategy? Here's how I backup locally and also online to make sure I can access photos that clients request months down the road.

http://www.tipsforrealestatephotography.com/how-to/how-to-backup-photos-and-videos/
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Here's how I backup my photos/videos from photo shoots. I've been saved from clients asking for shoots completed months ago that I have deleted from my local computer!

http://www.tipsforrealestatephotography.com/how-to/how-to-backup-photos-and-videos/
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