We are so happy to be back with a brand new season full of wonderful guests and episodes.  For the first episode, we wanted to cover a topic (commercial real estate

photography) we’ve mentioned occasionally, but never devoted an entire episode to.

Since the bulk of Brian’s real estate photography is not commercial real estate work, Rich and Brian wanted to talk about that, how to get into shooting commercial real estate and the type of income you can expect to bring in from shooting commercial real estate. We hope you find this episode extremely useful and look at it as another income stream in the real estate photography world!

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7 comments on “Episode 119 – Getting Into Commercial Real Estate Photography

  1. Kurt Hoffman Dec 15, 2020

    Great podcast on Commercial photography.
    What is the name of the editing program Brian uses to blend ambient images? Infuse? Not sure of the correct spelling and I have been unable to find it on the internet.

  2. Good job at always, guys!

  3. Great podcast. Interesting, enjoyable, and entertaining. I listen to them when I do exercise walking or jogging so I don’t get bored. Keep doing the good job!

  4. Shooting Spaces Dec 18, 2020

    Enfuse for Lightroom

  5. Merrill Shea Dec 20, 2020

    I’ve always used LR HDR for my ambient large space work and, on the whole, I’ve been satisfied with it. Does Enfuse offer any advantages over LR?

    Thanks to you, I discovered PFRE and purchased access to the video of the Virtual Conference a couple of weeks ago. It has been totally worth the money!

    Great. podcasts!

  6. Hey Brian,

    I was curious if you could give me some more info on how you price Commercial real estate vs residential as well as what kind of alternative packages you offer.

    Thank you!

  7. Shooting Spaces Jan 18, 2021

    Ill be putting out an article on PFRE about this in the next few weeks. Keep an eye out.