MindSet Photography Lightroom Processing for Real Estate

November 22, 2014 by  
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This is a training video using Lightroom 4 and Autopano Giga. This video shows the process I go through when editing a property to be uploaded to an Obeo Vir…

In this series of videos we’ll look at my techniques for shooting realistic real estate images without lots of lighting equipment. In Part 1 we’ll look at ho…
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15 Responses to “MindSet Photography Lightroom Processing for Real Estate”
  1. Carlos Vidal says:

    Great tutorial. Thanks.

  2. Cedric Daytan says:

    Hey! Congratz, that an awesome video, and really usefull to me. Look, i got
    a question. Iam a brazilian broker and i saw a lot of tutorials saying to
    use flash to take brackets for HDR or FE, even in underexposure images, to
    take more details. I dont have a flash, so, i never try this. What do you
    think about this?

  3. Jere Young says:

    This is great and it worked on the first set of photos but now it will not
    sync other sets of photos. I make changes to one and than select others and
    try to auto sync but they do not sync? Any help would be great.

  4. Garrett Unglaub says:

    Great video, but I’d love to see one with the lights on and the window open.

  5. Gordon Heaney says:

    Did you not lose some detail when you added noise reduction at ISO 100?

  6. matteo nieddu says:

    Grazie Peter

  7. Gordon Heaney says:

    You probably know by now, but the Gamma slider does this, as does the White
    slider a little and also the Luminosity slider is probably best.

  8. Peter Law says:

    I was using a Canon EOS 7D, and at the time it was a Tamron 10-24mm
    f/3.5-4.5 lens. That lens was not as sharp as I would have liked and more
    prone to flare, so I’m using a Canon EF-S 10-22 f/3.5-4.5 lens. As for the
    distortion, I used lens correction profiles in Lightroom before it went
    into Photomatix.

  9. OllieMooseMedia says:

    You are awesome Peter!!! I followed this process and came up with some
    great results. THANKS!

  10. Yngve Horvei says:

    Thank you very much! You just made me realize I should get Photomatix Pro.
    :/

  11. Yngve Horvei says:

    What should I do if I want to increase the overall exposure/brightness in
    Photomatix?

  12. Joaquin Quilez-Marin says:

    Hi, could you tell about the camera and lens you using? I see that the
    original shots has almost no barrel aberrations to start with and I am
    interested in that. Thanks, J

  13. Gaurav Sabharwal says:

    Great tut, Peter.

  14. shazia begum says:

    which is the software

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