Top view for the property photography

1 year 1 month ago #694423 by Donatas-Z
Hello, I am real estate photographer. Recently I discovered interesting perspective for taking photos for the real estate. I need some help and ideas/suggestions what gear-tripod(s) to use to obtain for shooting from above inside the properties. I shoot with DLSR so it needs to be stable. 


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1 year 3 days ago #696717 by saponcpa
Real Estate photography is always a passion of mine. As I do my the post photography editing by myself, I really understand that what makes a real estate photography seamless. Once you are on top, you can see everything properly. The view becomes clearer. So, the best tripod for top-view photography is Manfrotto  as far as real estate photography is concerned. I didn't try any other tripod apart from this one. You can suggest me if you have any better tips for me.


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1 year 3 days ago #696720 by Nikon Shooter
The technicalities are not a problem but the communication
values of such an approach.

It make the small rooms look even smaller and do not inspire
the real life experience where the use of mural mirrors will gi-
ve an impression of less tight spaces.

This is a cultural European, north America view, If you are any-
where in densely populated cities in Asia it may be different.

Light is free… capturing it is not!
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