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Jun 15, 2018 21:51:17   #
Thank you for the picture and wonderful words. You have a beautiful heart!
May 26, 2018 11:43:10   #
I really enjoyed your set. Number 8 stands out as one I would like framed to hang on my wall.
May 23, 2018 08:21:19   #
Nice! Thanks for posting plus giving the location. I look forward to seeing more.
Apr 24, 2018 22:26:07   #
I just came across your photo today. I agree with the others - great picture and timing.
Aug 3, 2015 07:33:09   #
russelray wrote:
My wise old grandmother taught me to share.

I really appreciate you for sharing your interesting and informative story; and photography. You have inspired me!
Jun 2, 2015 09:26:31   #
TommiRulz wrote:
Yes - their photos are terrible! I love the photo books and gifts but the regular photos are not good.
I don't get many hard copies because I put all my pictures in photobooks - but I would love to know where to get good quality pictures.
Anyone know???

I listen to a podcast that is very helpful. I just went and looked a comparison he did for different print labs. I see Snapfish didn't score well. I didn't check before using Snapfish because they made it so easy by keeping all the past orders. I will be switching for my next order.

Here is the link to the print test by Jim Harmer:
Jun 2, 2015 07:06:51   #
I just received some 4X6 photos from Snapfish and they are very soft. Has anyone noticed a decrease in quality? If not, maybe my upload didn't go well.
Apr 16, 2015 07:32:45   #
DavidPine wrote:
I shoot architectural real estate photography. I use a 14-24 f/2.8, a 24mm shift-tilt, a RRS Gimble tripod head. Lightroom, ViewPoint2 and Perfect Effects. I shoot HDR and panos. I don't use lighting in real estate photography because time doesn't allow for all the setups. I usually shoot manual, F/11 to F/22 and my longest exposure is 30". I make around 200 images per house to produce approximately 20-30 images. It takes me 1-1/2 to 2 hours to shoot and 2-4 hours to post process. I shoot RAW only. I never, never shoot hand held when shooting real estate. Whatever you do, you will probably produce superior images because most real estate agents use point and shoots hand held. It's not easy dealing with the lighting, exposure and distortion but I find it rewarding and challenging. Good luck.
I shoot architectural real estate photography. I u... (show quote)

I always appreciate your input and good advice.
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