Something New - Stuck Shutter Photography

Something New

Originally posted on August 25, 2015

Stuck Shutter Photography, Photographer in Denver, Photographer in Aurora, Realestate photographer in Denver, realestate photographer in Aurora

I would normally not consider myself an architecture or real estate photographer, but when a friend asked me to shoot his house for him, I stepped up to the challenge. These are a sample of the photos that I took. For the front photo, I was using a 24-85mm lens and I shot it at 31mm. I waited for the light to become nice and made sure my angle was good enough to try to exclude other homes which my distract from the photo. The bedroom was taken at 14mm which I like because it makes every room seem even larger! To get the angle correct in some rooms can be tricky but any good photographer will walk around their subject to search for the best angle.

Stuck Shutter Photography, Photographer in Denver, Photographer in Aurora, Realestate photographer in Denver, realestate photographer in Aurora

While I understand the importance of specializing is a certain genre, I absolutely love being challenged by doing something that I have never done before. Some people don't enjoy new things because they don't like doing the research or homework in order to know what they are doing. I am the complete opposite. When my friend asked me to photograph his home, I jumped on the computer and started researching the in's and out's of real estate photography. I understand that I have a significant amount to still learn, but I would say that this shoot was a success and it feels good to know that I have a positive hand in the quick sale of a friend's house!


Tell me what you think about this post.  Are there any other genres of photography you'd like me to try?  Let me know in the comment section below!


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