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Lesson 27 from: Real Estate Photography

Philip Ebiner

Bathroom 1

Lesson 27 from: Real Estate Photography

Philip Ebiner

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Lesson Info

27. Bathroom 1

Next Lesson: The Primary Bedroom

Lessons

Class Trailer

Introduction to Real Estate Photography

1

Welcome to Class! What Will You Learn? Who is this Course For?

03:48

Real Estate Photography Basics

2

What Gear Do You Need as a Real Estate Photographer?

09:36
3

Camera Settings & Modes to Use for Real Estate Photography

07:54
4

Can You Use a Smartphone for Real Estate Photography? Pros & Cons

03:13
5

How to Compose Real Estate Photos - The Basics

04:58
6

Lighting Basics for Real Estate Photography

07:43
7

The Window Pull: How to Make the Exteriors Pop

02:01
8

RAW vs. JPEG Photos - Which Should You Shoot?

00:51
9

Key Lesson: What Photos Do You Need to Capture?

15:04

How to Take a Real Estate Photo

10

Basic Room Photo Demonstration with Flambient Technique, Natural, and Flash

10:54

Real Estate Photography Demonstration I - Full House Demo

11

Introduction to this Demo

00:54
12

What Equipment is in my Real Estate Photography Kit?

02:58
13

Walkthrough of the House - Let's See What We're Working With

07:20
14

The Kitchen - Part 1

12:08
15

The Kitchen - Part 2

04:20
16

The Kitchen - Part 3

03:16
17

The Kitchen - Part 4

02:41
18

The Kitchen - Part 5

02:34
19

The Primary Bathroom

09:48
20

The Primary Bedroom

07:15
21

The Laundry Room

06:03
22

The Living Room

10:28
23

A Small Space Bathroom

05:19

Real Estate Photography Demonstration II - Full House Demo

24

Introduction to this Demo

05:00
25

The Living Room

07:48
26

The Kitchen

06:35
27

Bathroom 1

06:12
28

The Primary Bedroom

07:20
29

Bathroom 2

05:46
30

Front Exterior

03:19
31

Back Yard & Exteriors

06:09

Editing Real Estate Photos

32

Introduction & Basic Editing Process for Real Estate Photography

04:31

Adobe Lightroom for Real Estate Photography - The Basics

33

Adobe Lightroom Introduction for Real Estate Photographers

06:36
34

Organizing Photos for Efficient Editing in Lightroom

07:12
35

Basic Editing Process in Lightroom for Real Estate Photographers

21:12
36

Combining Bracketed Photos in Lightroom + a Comparison of RAW vs Bracketed Photo

04:43
37

Natural Light Kitchen Edit

04:06
38

Exporting Photos from Lightroom

06:23

Photo Editing Skills You Should Know

39

Copy and Paste Settings from One Photo to Another in Lightroom

02:58
40

Create & Use Presets in Lightroom

02:26
41

Sky Replacements in Photoshop

06:50

Flambient Editing Process

42

Step-by-Step Flambient Editing Process

20:56

Full Editing Demonstrations

43

Editing the Kitchen Dining Nook

18:48
44

Editing the Primary Bedroom 1

12:04
45

Editing the Primary Bedroom 2 + Removing Objects in a Photo

17:04
46

Editing an Exterior Photo with Sky Replacement

06:36
47

Editing a Kitchen Photo with a Natural Designer Style Look

05:30
48

Quick Bathroom Edit

05:13

Advanced Editing Tips & Tricks

49

Speed Up Your Flambient Workflow with Photoshop Actions

05:18
50

Replacing Photos, Wall Art, and TV Images in Photoshop

05:04
51

Darken TVs in Lightroom

01:11
52

Clean Up Smudges on Stainless Steel Appliances in Lightroom

02:03
53

Editing iPhone photos vs. Professional Camera Photos

04:41

Virtual Staging

54

What is Virtual Staging? What Tools Should I Use?

02:14
55

Virtual Staging in Photoshop with Generative AI Features

10:56

The Business of Real Estate Photography

56

How to Deliver Photo Files to Clients

03:50
57

Tips for Creating a Real Estate Photography Portfolio

03:50
58

Creating a Quick Portfolio Website with Adobe Portfolio

06:01
59

How to Find Your First Clients

04:06
60

How Much to Charge for Real Estate Photography Services

02:32

Aerial Photography

61

The Basics of Drone / Aerial Photography for Real Estate Photography

06:27

Conclusion

62

Conclusion

01:23

Lesson Info

Bathroom 1

All right. So here we are in bathroom number one, which is a very, very tight space. I am definitely sticking to the 10 to 24 lens. I'm on 10 millimeters right now and I still have the F eight iso 160. So in this room, we have a couple of little items that I've placed to just have add a little bit of color context, which is is nice because this will actually come out as like a real looking good bathroom photo compared to an empty bedroom, which we have to add some furniture later if necessary. I have a hanging plant up here which you get a little bit in the very corner of this frame which is impressive to see that this lens right here. It's so wide that you see that. Now it wouldn't make sense to shoot this way where you have a better view of this bathroom vanity. Although I might do that just to have more of a detail shot of the bathroom itself. I have a shower curtain colors match it's just little things like this thing. I'm not sure if I wanna leave that or not. I can kind of see wh...

at my photo looks like using this, which is kind of cool. I do. I want this closed is a little dark. I think seeing the bathtub itself is nice toilet seat down. We have the ambient lights on in this shot. I might attempt to do a naturally lit shot but it's so dark in here. We only have one little window up there that that's gonna be very difficult. I have angled it to try to get some of these lines. Um You can see the lines. Uh Let's see where are some lines in this frame up right here. Vertical, vertical as much as possible, knowing that I can make some minor tweaks in Photoshop but not a ton. So I'm gonna stick with this angle here. Snap a couple of shots. So let's go ahead and do one. Let's do a natural shot for this bathroom as well. So we're gonna tr attempt to do one. Now, we don't have a window that we're gonna need a window pull from. Let's see. Oh yeah, I'm using my, my remote so I can't use the exposure compensation here so I could get a decently exposed shot. Now, I might just take this a little bit to the right I don't need and if I do this, maybe I'll put these over on this side so they're closer to the camera and look a little bit nicer. OK? But I do not want them to warp. So trying to get some balance there. Um I think I liked it the other way. Just playing around. You're here with me for the full experience and now I'm not an interior designer and that would be one thing to get someone to actually come design your space for you. But it's not bad. I just don't really like how I see this handle over on the right hand side. I have, if you've probably noticed for this shot, um I have raised my camera up a little bit. It was similar over there because the entry table was sort of in the way and I wanted to get above that. This might be as good as it gets. Try to even that out just a little bit. It's also gonna let a little bit more light in like that. So, ok, let's turn off our lights and let's go for that. My flash, my flash is still on in the other room so it went off, but I don't think it affected this photo. So I'm gonna do one a little bit darker. Let's see, there's nothing, there's really nothing outside that I wouldn't really want to pull in. So this one is gonna be, let's just take one a little bit brighter even. All right, I realized that camera was really dark. Um So apologize for that. But now I have turned on the lights in here. I've adjusted the exposure compensation just a little bit So let's try this. All right. And then I'm gonna bring the flash in. I wanna be careful not to touch the tripod and I am gonna try to bounce this off the ceiling inside there. So let's see what this looks like. Oh, wow, that's pretty bright. So I'm gonna drop the exposure compensation just a little bit but it looked nice. So let's do one more. It's a little bit bright. I can tell that those can, those countertops might get overblown. I can also decrease the power of my flash here, but either way looks pretty good. Let me do that just for one. Just to see that that was at full power. I'm about half power now and let's take one more and that might be a little bit better. All right. So uh I am gonna flip around, try to get a detail shot of the vanity itself. You'll probably see that photo later in post and then we'll move on to a bedroom.

Class Materials

Bonus Downloads

Practice_Photos_for_Editing.zip
Step-by-Step_Flambient_Editing_Process.pdf

Ratings and Reviews

TONY BARNES JR
 

Hey Philip, Just want to thank you for putting in the time and effort putting this course together. I’ve been shooting for 20 years but never really spent enough time on PS. This course really focuses on what you really need to know. Everything is really straight to the point. Philip provides images so you can follow along and really get a good work flow going. I personally enjoyed the

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Overall, the completeness and depth of this course are excellent. The only thing that needs improvement is during the editing portion. Philip's voice was fading in and out even when the volume on my computer was set at 100%. His voice was excellent during the photo shoot portion of the course.

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