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Canon Releases 6D Full Frame Prosumer camera
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Canon has released the full frame EOS 6D for about $1,500 retail.   Their website still does not have any details as of this writing, but some of the other sites indicate it is similar to the 7D,…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Alan Pinstein Sep 17, 2012.

Attention Astronomers!

Canon has released an astrophotography version on the consumer model of the EOS 60d…Continue

Started Sep 15, 2012

Merlin steadycam
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Anyone out there using the Merlin steadycam? I have yet to successfully balance the camera on my $800 investment...

Started this discussion. Last reply by Sarah Vander Heide Sep 9, 2014.

Google Voice
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Is anyone out there using Google Voice for their business?  Would love to hear some successes or things to avoid.  We've outgrown the mainline going to one cell phone and are looking to transfer the…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Nathan Strauch Sep 5, 2012.

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What type of camera do you use?
Nikon D7000 and an Olympus E-510 for Pole Shots
What stitcher do you use?
PanoramaStudio 2 Pro

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Need an Info Graphic to Show that "A Picture is Worth $1000"?

Some of you may have already seen this blog post by Ruxta Realty out of Wilmington NC, but if not, it's worth a read.…


Posted on August 1, 2013 at 6:30am — 1 Comment

It’s Not the Equipment, It’s the Eye

In these shots, using the curve of the staircase as the focal point adds much more visual interest than the first shot, whose focal point is a blank wall.…


Posted on June 6, 2013 at 2:00am — 5 Comments

Advantage of creating partial panoramas instead of 360 panoramas

Over the eight+ years I have been in business doing real estate virtual tours I have found doing partial panos to be a great advantage over 360 degree panos.

The comments heard often about the 360 degree images is that “they are so distorted”, “they make me dizzy” and “I don’t like them”.…


Posted on May 8, 2013 at 6:30am

The Extra Things You Do Can Keep a Client and Have Them Brag About You to Other REALTORS®

Have you ever just moved a few things (or a lot of things) out of the way when photographing a home? Done some minor staging for your images? Chatted longer with the homeowner than you had planned? I think all of these things can really make a difference between personal service a small company provides and the big national companies.

Sometimes I have done too much moving to help show…


Posted on March 22, 2013 at 6:30am — 4 Comments

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At 10:01pm on September 10, 2012, John Emsley said…

Thanks for the welcome Ted. I'm new to Tourbuzz and look forward to what it can do for my real estate client. I'm doing the odd shoot for them but I'm considering stepping out and taking on more. I've been a serious hobbiest for decades and have decided after much encouragement to do what I love (taking photos!) for a little dough on the side.

At 4:58pm on November 9, 2011, Tim Ray said…

Thanks, Alan!

I look forward to being the guinea pig on this one. :)  Hopefully we can inspire, help and add value for others as they pursue their photography business with TourBuzz.  I've been compiling a list of topics that I think will be interesting and practical for real estate photographers.  I hope to meet many new people and be whatever resource I can.


At 4:52pm on November 9, 2011, Alan Pinstein said…

Hey Tim-

Congrats on being our first TourBuzz fellow! We are very excited about this new fellowship program and hope it is an enjoyable and productive endeavor for you and all of our customers.

Good luck!


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