Some amateurs think that photographing real estate is as easy as walking into a room and taking a photo. Unfortunately, that’s not how it works. It’s a skill you must practice so you can master it. That is if you want to succeed in this competitive field. In real estate photography, one of the questions asked by amateurs is the kind of equipment used and the settings of the camera. They also wonder how to put everything together correctly.
Why am I talking about Bitcoin here? Because everyone is? Not exactly. For one, you can now exchange bitcoin into dollars and that can buy some nice photo gear.
If only there was a way to get bitcoin without spending thousands of dollars building a rig that sounds like an airport runway in your basement and destroys your electric bill. Turns out there is.
But before I get into that lets review some cryptocurrency basics…
With the global digital camera market expected to surpass $2 billion by 2021 (study by Technavio), no wonder the market is crowded with different digital cameras at different price points. Big market players such as Panasonic, Canon, Sony, FujiFilm, Casio, Kodak or Olympus are consistently launching new products and banking upon advanced photography trends such as large optical zooms, bigger sensors, more megapixels, 4K video, improved 360-degree video capturing, and Wi-Fi connectivity.
There is a love/hate relationship the majority of us have with social media. We promote our work there, but we also waste a huge amount of time on it. What are the best alternative to social media then? Where can we publish our work in order to gain visibility and, why not, some paid projects?
Let’s step back for a moment and try to understand what we are dealing with here.
Nowadays you can call anyone with an Instagram account a “photography enthusiast”. However, what I meant was “newbie photographers”. Those, who instead of cropping their snaps muse over the best composition before the picture is taken. Those, who instead of applying filters fiddle with curves and white balance. Those, who feel like the Wizard of Oz behind their shutter – altering reality to make wonders. Those, for whom a photo has an expressive value instead of being a trendy way to communicate what they’ve been up to this weekend.