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How To Become A Real Estate Photographer – Straight Talking Advice For Beginners To Get You Making Money Quickly And Build A Career


Are you interested in giving real estate photography a go?

If you want to know how to become a real estate photographer check out my brand new course. No frills, straight talking advice to get you started, all based on my own personal and professional experiences. I tell you all you need to know and no more. And that is a big part of this. All you need to know and no more.

This course is not padded irrelevant stuff to make it look like you are getting more.

Finally it’s here.

Yes my brand new real estate photography course has been launched and is available to buy here on Teachable, my online training platform of choice.

How To Become A Real Estate Photographer – Straight Talking Advice For Beginners To Get You Making Money Quickly And Build A Career is my first course, and has been around fifteen years in the making!

And now that I have typed the title again I begin to wonder if the title is a little bit long-winded….

No it’s fine, the important thing was to get it created and published.

Who am I to tell you this stuff?

I am Rick McEvoy. Firstly, I am a professionally qualified photographer. I am the proud holder of the designation ABIPP – Associate Member of the British Institute of Professional Photography.

I am completely self-taught, getting into photography in my early teens, some 40 years ago now.

I am an experienced architectural, construction and real estate photographer.

I am a photography writer and educator, with a weekly blog read in many countries.

I am the creator of a number of websites about photography, travel and travel photography.

I am the creator and everything else at the Photography Explained Podcast.

And I am also professionally qualified in construction too, having the designation MCIOB – Member of the Chartered Institute of Building.

So I know about this stuff ok – you are in safe hands with me.

And one more thing about me.

I explain things so you can understand them. I tell you what you need to know and no more.

I explain things.

I simplify things.

I teach things in the way that I wish I was taught when I was starting out. Everything that I do is from that starting point – how I would like to be taught photography stuff.

And if I teach things that are not popular then fine – I am telling you what I do, and have learned over the years.

I tell you what I actually do.

What’s in my course?

Simple. I teach you how to become a real estate photographer, starting with nothing other than a camera and a lens and no photos of buildings in your repertoire….

I my course I tell you

What real estate photography is

Well I wanted to start at the beginning, with the assumption being that you know nothing about it whatsoever. I hate courses where you start off not knowing the fundamentals.

No I start off at the very beginning.

What the business of real estate photography is all about

Having explained what real estate photography is I then explain the business side of real estate photography. This is from my own personal experiences, having worked for many clients over the years.

The gear that you need to be a real estate photographer

You do not need all the gear under the sun. You need what you need and no more. I tell you the gear that I use, and even show it all to you so you can see how things work and how the bits fit together

I wish I had known this back in the day, this would have saved me so much time and money and, and would have helped me getting going much much quicker.

The camera settings you need, and why

This is a biggy. In this lesson I explain every one of the main camera settings that I use. You can apply this knowledge to pretty much any camera system. When I explain the camera settings I also explain how and why.

This lesson is how to physically take real estate photos start to end. After this lesson you will know what you need to do, and more importantly how and why.

And this all from my my many years of practical, professional experience.

If you think that what I’m telling you to do is too simple then good. It has taken me many years to get through all the complicated stuff to get to where I am now, and I can get you straight to that point.

I have spent many years complicating things, and the more recent years simplifying everything to make life easier for me. And now you.

How to take real estate photos

Yes, how to take the photos. Both the technical side, and also the taking of the photos on location. What is it like on a real estate shoot? Well you will not know will you so I will tell you.

How to process real estate photos

Not only processing the photos, but how to look properly after all that important data. Data management is key to running any successful photography business.

How to market yourself and get work

Not obvious, but very important. You need to get work, and I tell you how to do just that.

How to stand out from other real estate photographers

My secret sauce that runs through the course that will make you stand out amongst all the other photographers.

Straight talking plain English advice from my head and my heart

I want you to learn how to become a real estate photographer and quickly make money from your photography. I want you to do this with the minimum fuss, time and expense.

That is my aim.

So check out my excellent new course on my courses page here.

And check out the video of this post on my You Tube Channel.

Please, any questions get in touch via my website. Cheers from me Rick

Rick McEvoy
Rick McEvoy Photography
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Rick McEvoy

I am Rick McEvoy, an architectural and construction photographer living and working in the South of England. I create high quality architectural photography and construction photography imagery of the built environment for architects and commercial clients. I do not photograph weddings, families, small people or pets - anything that is alive, moves or might not do as I ask!! I am also the creator of the Photography Explained Podcast, available on all major podcast providers. I have a blog on my website where I write about my work and photography stuff. Rick McEvoy ABIPP, MCIOB

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