In the previous article I told about my Instagram experience and tips that I’ve learned through last half of a year. I still can not call myself an Instagram addicted but it will come the same as the feedback. Continue reading
I am a self-educated photographer. Everything I’ve learned came through my hardwork, online research and looots of hours of experience. My real photography life started when I borrowed the old full frame camera to our cousin and started practising my family photography about 5 years ago. My own camera was not a great one (Canon 700D), so an old full frame Canon 60 or 40 (I don’t even remember) was a treasure for me! But this article is not about my professional biography, it’s about userful tips that I would like to post. A starter needs a lot of passion, patience and time to skill photography. It’s a long road and what I like about it – it’s endlessly interesting and diverse!
I don’t know what can be the most useful, so I just post everything I find helpful in my work: technical skills and programs’ knowledge as well as marketing tips. Continue reading
I am back to real estate photography. Now this beautiful brand new house is on sale! Very bright, very clean, great for family with kids! Huge backyard as it’s a corner house which gives extra space to it! Love it!
It should be very inspiring to see the downtown out of your window! That’s the property I had a chance to photograph recently. Very cozy, exceptionally maintained, spacious and ready for new owners. Walking distance from the city center is probably it’s strongest selling point.
I am very happy that the project I’ve done recently was sold in just couple days! That’s the power of real estate and photography!))))))) Continue reading