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Architectural Photography for Realtors, Home Stagers, etc.

Home Stager with Twiques: The Art of Home Comfort

Do your photos look blurry or grainy when you try to showcase a home you have listed, or staging work you have completed?  Are you trying to build your portfolio of before and after photos to show to prospective clients?  Do you want to improve your skills with the camera to help list houses?  Then this course is for you.  The Canadian ReDesigners Association has arranged an Architectural Photography workshop for Realtors, Home Stagers and anyone who wants to improve their photos.  For more information, click here.

Andrew Mayon
Triad Real Estate Photography - Greensboro, NC

And...if you can't make that, you can always hire a professional photographer.  =)

Oct 02, 2009 09:33 AM
Deena Cottingham
GreenApple Staging & Images, Calgary Staging & Photography - Calgary, AB
Home Stager & Photographer

That is exactly why I made the investment in learning professional photography myself! Most stagers' photos look like most realtors' photos--which is to say they are generally not serving the subject well. Learning to take better photos is always better, but like Andrew says, nothing compares to actually using someone who has made the investment in professional photography equipment, software and skills.

Oct 08, 2009 06:26 AM