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Real Estate Photographer

Discussion in 'General Forum' started by Aindreas De Brun, Dec 10, 2019.

  1. Aindreas De Brun

    Aindreas De Brun New Member

    How long does it take to get established as a real estate photographer in a mid sized town in the Midlands?
  2. maryjane02

    maryjane02 New Member

    Sometimes depending on the skill you have...
  3. EdShawPhoto

    EdShawPhoto New Member

    Not sure if its a viable, full time career, unless it's an extremely affluent location with lots of upmarket home, or else you stitch up all the local business for estate agents. You may end up measuring up floor plans as part of the job..
  4. vinksnojoqs

    vinksnojoqs New Member

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    Last edited: Aug 18, 2020
  5. somanymiles

    somanymiles New Member

    It's a bit hard to get established as a real estate photographer, but it's certainly not impossible. You should start by having some kind of background in photography; just make your resume look more professional. You should also find a real estate, construction, or architecture company in your area and send them your CV and portfolio.
  6. ColleenReyes

    ColleenReyes New Member

    Becoming an established real estate photographer in a mid-sized town takes time and effort, but it's definitely doable. First, make sure your photography skills are on point and showcase your work professionally. Consider reaching out to local real estate, construction, or architecture companies with your CV and portfolio. It's all about networking and getting your foot in the door. By the way, while browsing online, I stumbled upon the De Costa Group for international real estate investment at https://www.decosta.group/. If you have an interest in real estate, it could be worth taking a look at.
    Last edited: Jun 8, 2023

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