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After concerns were raised over the initial aerial photography ban, amendments were made, but some continue to question the bill and its implications for other states, should they follow New Hampshire's lead.
In New Hampshire, an aerial photography ban has raised more questions than answer as fears regarding drones heat up - measured reaction or overreaction?
For years, much focus has been placed on who owns a listing or listing data, but with the rise of the visual web, much concern over real estate photography copyright issues continue.
As several entities debate over who owns real estate photos, most are overlooking the real estate porn blogs making money by featuring the listings. It's unclear the process used to vet ownership of any copyrights.
The real estate industry's recent listing data debates have heightened awareness of where, how, and why data of all types are being used. Now, the focus is on photos and the issue is not as clear cut
The real estate industry is not new to having to protect their copyrights, particularly photos, but many may not know that their MLS retains the copyright to all images once uploaded.
Not your grandma’s before and after Dallas based real estate photographer, Lance Hames has caught the attention of the photography world with his HomeSnappers.com website through creative use of technology to feature before and after shots. Rather
Best real estate photographer of the year Each month, the Photography for Real Estate community of photographers votes on the best real estate photo for the month, but to close out the year, they voted on the
What to do with an imperfect photo Let’s face it, sometimes photos we do ourselves for our marketing campaigns or even photo sets we’ve hired a professional to do aren’t always perfect and need a little editing.
Two months in a row For years, we have taken a strong stance against subpar photography in real estate marketing, especially in the MLS, and have shared tips and tricks in how to find quality professionals for
A win down under Over the years, we’ve advocated for better photography and standards in the real estate industry by outlining how to find quality professionals for photographing listings to taking multiple listing systems to task for
Real estate photography websites In searching for a professional real estate photographer, there are a lot of outdated, difficult to navigate websites that give the potentially talented photographer a bad name. In an industry that is so