At a real estate shoot this week I encountered a significant lighting challenge. When you show up to shoot a property, it’s a lot like Tom Hanks’ character Forrest Gump’s quote, “…Life was like a box of chocolates. You never know what you’re gonna get.”
Discussing the differences between HDR and Exposure Fusion, and, why Torben Photography is now developing professional real estate photography with Exposure Fusion.
Providing a number of direct comparisons, using the same input sample sets, the results are there for readers to decide for themselves.
How much exploring do you do? As in, really do? On the way to or from your usual destinations, do you ever vary the route? Or, is the route a rut with high sides that you do not look beyond?
Perhaps you should consider doing some Exploring. You just may be amazed at what you find in your own backyard.
To refresh my mind’s eye, I like to continually seek out new things to shoot. And one of the most challenging things a photographer might shoot: airshows.
Airshow photography presents unique challenges. Here is a short discussion on using wide angle lenses; lighting; and getting dynamic shots.
Morning rain, soft light, vibrant colors.
For a large portion of the United States we are seeing far more rain than a typical summer. In turn, we are blessed with robust foliage; flowers that last a tad longer than usual.
“Essential Development for LR5” Author: Sean McCormack Publisher: Craft & Vision www.craftandvision.com Just released, Sean McCormack’s latest update discusses most of the new features to Lightroom (Lr) 5.0; quickly bringing photographers up to speed on this latest release. Having used Lr for a while myself, I appreciated the updates. It …
High quality professional real estate photography makes your property stand out from the rest. Typical sales price increases more than pay for photography–across all tiers.
JT provides a Staging Checklist for your use. After all, it’s the ‘little things’ that can make or break a picture. Whether you hire Torben Photography, or shoot yourself, you need this checklist.
July 4th, the day a new nation was born. Risks were high. The future bright, the path unclear. One thing was certain: they had crossed the line and there was only one direction: Forward.
So, it seems a very fitting day indeed for the my inaugural post here at Torben Photography. This week, I launch Torben Photography (llc). The mission: Carve out my niche and share my passions professionally with the world.