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Best Full Time Real Estate Photogra podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Full Time Real Estate Photogra podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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In this episode, we have a couple more questions to answer from a couple of our esteemed subscribers. I also share a very special update at the very end of the episode about an interesting case with a disgruntled photography client who went out to take revenge. Before we get to the update we get to discuss marketing for your real estate photography…
 
We have some great questions to answer from a couple of followers of the podcast. We discuss working with staging companies, how to set up business relationships to you can get more photoshoots, and how to bring up the issue of staging with our clients. We also talk at length about adding video services to your real estate business, and I share som…
 
Got some great questions to answer from a listener of the podcast. We had a little more to say about office presentations and public speaking skills. We talked about the specific issues when you are presenting to clients when you arent 100% confident in your mastery of the language. We even talked a little bit about Virtual staging. You can find th…
 
Got some great questions to answer from a listener of the podcast. We covered Office presentations, and what to do if you feel like you are striking out and not getting the number of presentations that you are looking for. We cover scheduling with Calendly, and how I set up my Calendly calendar. I also dived into the issue of competition. What do y…
 
I had the opportunity to get a real estate photography business owner on the phone to discuss the business. Dave is from Alaska, and he currently has 11 team members in his business, and they are doing about 200 photoshoots per month. Dave reached out to me with a question about hiring employees as contractors, and about coaching. We covered both o…
 
This episode is a mashup of two listener questions. We cover hiring new staff. The types of employees I look for, and where I look for them. We also talk about the scheduling/booking solution that we are using, and go into detail of how we use it, and why. You can find the Fulltime Real Estate Photographer book herehttps://amzn.to/2NKysPF In the in…
 
This episode is about how you can set up your business banking, your LLC, and even a few more recommendations for a business phone number, and address. It can seem daunting to set up a new business, but when you know which steps to take, it's not only achievable, it's easy. This eposide was answering a question sent in by https://www.instagram.com/…
 
This episode is all about matterport in your business. I review some of the issues with using matterport in terms of the cost, and I share some tips that can help you not only mitigate expenses, but to also profit more in your business. You can find the Fulltime Real Estate Photographer book here In the interest of keeping my gear recommendation se…
 
On this episode I answer a couple questions that one of the FTREP podcast listeners sent in via instagram. It was a 2 part question about the business systems that we use, and an overview of the client booking cycle, from making the first appointment, to taking and delivering our photos. We also addressed contracts, and their use within a real esta…
 
On this episode we got Logan Eliot on the phone. Logan called in from Nebraska to discuss how he got started in real estate photography, and how some of the ideas he learned from listening to this very podcast, reading the Full Time Real Estate Photographer book (https://amzn.to/2rrWmmO), and more. Logan started 8 months ago, and is already seeing …
 
This episode is about all of the basic equipment you will need to get a real estate shoot done. We talk about the specific gear, how to use it, and so much more! You can find the Fulltime Real Estate Photographer book here In the interest of keeping my gear recommendation section a bit shorter, and sharing even more information than before, I have …
 
This episode answer's Angel's question about a new issue that he has been dealing with. Angel raised his prices during a busy time of the year, and now he is finding that his old client's aren't calling back anymore. I answered Angel's question, and a little more. You can check out Angel's work on instagram @the_aes.thete (#HeDoesAGreatJob). You ca…
 
This episode is all about those awkward conversations we might have where some potential clients try to promise you that they will be bringing you so much new business, that you should give them a discount, or worse. You can find the Fulltime Real Estate Photographer book here In the interest of keeping my gear recommendation section a bit shorter,…
 
We got a few questions sent in by the great and powerful Michael Hirakami. I answer his questions about the camera he is using, whether he needs to upgrade, other gear that he could use, and even answering some questions about upgrading and investing in new gear. If you would like to send in your own question, check out the contact info at the end …
 
I got to sit down with a brand new photographer trainee and talk about his experiences. Madison has had a lifelong passion for videography, and now he is working in my business as a Full Time Real Estate Photographer. We talked about how he got the job, how his training/learning is coming along, and more. You can find the Fulltime Real Estate Photo…
 
This episode is all about how bringing on employees can help you make quantum leaps in your photography business. We talk about growth oriented goals, the need to build a team in order to reach those goals, and the A->Z approach for growing your business by hiring staff. It can seem totally out of reach to many photographers, but there is a surpris…
 
This episode is about the tipping point that many photographers reach. When you start as a hobby photographer, enthusiast, or maybe even if you are taking some part time work already, when it it time to make the leap to go full time? In some cases, you could even build up a thriving part time business, but if you are at a point where you haven't go…
 
This episode is all about how I implemented booking fees, minimum charges for photoshoots, and how it all works. You can find the Fulltime Real Estate Photographer book here In the interest of keeping my gear recommendation section a bit shorter, and sharing even more information than before, I have created a link with https://kit.com/ftre. You can…
 
In this episode we are going over your real estate portfolio. It's important to have one, and they might not be as difficult to pull together as you might think. In addition to talking about what a portfolio is and how anyone can make one (even if you have never done a photoshoot before in your life), we also cover sharing it in print and online. I…
 
In this episode I talk about the importance of offices for real estate photographers. It's not always for the reasons that you may first think, but offices can be very useful in your business. I talk about setting up and working in a home office, finding commercial spaces, and even a SUPER SECRET technique that you can use to get a crazy deal on yo…
 
I had the chance to sit down with a client of mine in her office and talk about how she found her real estate photographer, what her experience was with working with that photographer, and so much more about the real estate photography experience from a real estate agent's perspective! You can find the Fulltime Real Estate Photographer book here In…
 
Had the opportunity to talk with Mauricio, a new photographer getting his start in Real Estate. We talked about editing, gear, and a few tricks that will help Mauricio, and any new Real Estate Photographer work faster and make more $$! You can find the Fulltime Real Estate Photographer book here In the interest of keeping my gear recommendation sec…
 
This episode is all about answering Justin Chew's question on pricing and on whether or not a Matterport camera is worth it. You can find the Fulltime Real Estate Photographer book here In the interest of keeping my gear recommendation section a bit shorter, and sharing even more information than before, I have created a link with https://kit.com/f…
 
Here we are talking about how we pack, tote, and manage all of the stuff that we need as real estate Photographers. You can find the Fulltime Real Estate Photographer book here In the interest of keeping my gear recommendation section a bit shorter, and sharing even more information than before, I have created a link with https://kit.com/ftre. You …
 
In this episode I met with a long term client of mine, Matt Witte. We talk about the importance of professional real estate photography, how client experience plays into his opinion of the overall service and more! I also announce my newly published book, Full Time Real Estate Photographer You can find the Fulltime Real Estate Photographer book her…
 
Here we expand on the ideas from episode 1, and talk a bit about two camera and lens combinations that are great options for beginner real estate photographers, or even pro's who like to work on a budget. Got another update at the end of the episode! FTREP has a published book (available here: https://amzn.to/2rrWmmO) and we also have an updated em…
 
Had a great opportunity to sit down with a client right after a photoshoot, we had a great discussion about how a real estate agent makes decisions about working with real estate photographers. Even how new photographers can get clients! You can find the Fulltime Real Estate Photographer book here In the interest of keeping my gear recommendation s…
 
Got a list of pro tips here for any full time real estate photographer to keep in mind and use in their business. Throughout the many photoshoots that you do, you pick up on some interesting ideas that help make your life easer, and here are some that you can use without having to learn the hard way. You can find the Fulltime Real Estate Photograph…
 
This is all about how we get paid, when to send invoices, how to do it, what forms of payment to accept, why, and how letting invoices slide can get you in A LOT of trouble. Always happy to get some questions, comments, and feedback. You can find the Fulltime Real Estate Photographer book here In the interest of keeping my gear recommendation secti…
 
Photographers need stuff, but nothing lasts forever. Learn about the process of running your business with gear in a way to prevent failures on the job, and keep your stuff up to date. You can find the Fulltime Real Estate Photographer book here In the interest of keeping my gear recommendation section a bit shorter, and sharing even more informati…
 
Ever had a client who against all reason could not access files or use your photos? We cover many ways to deal with this, and a special technique for dealing with common questions without loosing valuable time in your day. Some clients will always have tech issues, but with these tools you will be able to prevent many issues and even develop your b…
 
Here is one of the most important laws when it comes to buying equipment and investing in your business. Learn how sending more money doesn't always give you a proportional increase in the return that you are getting. Added some housekeeping items at the end, we now have an email address set up if you would like to contact me directly. Listen to th…
 
This episode is all about websites for your real estate photography business. How can you Make More Money, and spend less at the same time with a website? Listen to the podcast to find out! You can find the Fulltime Real Estate Photographer book here In the interest of keeping my gear recommendation section a bit shorter, and sharing even more info…
 
If you are going to be a full time real estate photographer, you are going to need a system for getting new clients on a regular basis. This episode is all about doing that. You can find the Fulltime Real Estate Photographer book here In the interest of keeping my gear recommendation section a bit shorter, and sharing even more information than bef…
 
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