Topics tagged with DSLR'
|Tip of the Day: Why Affiliate with a Pro that Does DSLR Shot Photography||DanSmigrod||5||2 monthsfotoguy (269): I offer both DSLR and MP. Several time we still have used the MP camera for the stills. We do a couple 360's in each room and take the shots from those. Lighting with a DSLR can be challenging. The MP HDR bracketing allows us nicely lit photos. DSLR outside is still very useful|
|Beginner camera for photography||JonJ||4||4 monthsJonJ (1518): I shoot almost all of the properties that I photograph using a pole. I always take 3 photos of each property (left, center and right) using a pole. If find that using a pole reduces the amount of geometric distortion that is created when straightening verticals. Using a pole is much faster than pulling out the drone and you can shoot HDR with a much higher quality lens. I do not use a Cam Ranger. I just set my timer to 10 seconds and throw the...|
|6 Essential DSLR Equipment to Capture High-quality 360° Photos||DanSmigrod||6||1 yearGarySnyder (1721): I like the Velcro approach. I use a light weight chain like use for hanging plants. I have 3 lengths of the chain that are all linked to one of those simple round key holders on the other end of the chain I have a small quick release fitting like what you fine on some camera straps. I just wrap the end of the chain around the leg of my Manfrotto tripod and its set for the right spread to keep it out of my shot. I use this for stills and 360...|
|Video: 360 Camera Photographer versus Pro DSLR Photographer||DanSmigrod||2||1 yearDanSmigrod (18715): Hi All, If you go the DSLR route, you can buy all the DSRL 360º related gear from the Nodal Ninja online store. Nodal Ninja Founder, @Bill, is happy to answer your gear questions here. Best, Dan|
|Side by side still photo comparison||leeverdon||11||1 yearDanSmigrod (18715): @MarkCantu Did you know that your WGAN Standard Membership includes two free books (via rebate): ✓ Getting Started in Real Estate Photography ✓ The Business of Real Estate Photography Best, Dan|
|Aperture Priority vs. Manual for Interiors||Metroplex360||13||2 yearsMetroplex360 (9194): @JonJ Thanks for sharing. The PhotoMatrix presets that you have seem to be producing pretty nice, consistent results too. I have a preference for neutral color in my images. Perhaps you might think I'm weird, but when I'm not using a sevice like PhotoUp to process my photos, here's what I do: I use the same settings as @JonJ, except Av indoors, and M outdoors. I'm shooting a Nikon D7000, so I'm limited to -2,0,+2 on my brackets. No...|