Mastering Luxury Real Estate Photography | 3 Day Workshop Intensive


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I’m excited to announce that I will be teaming up with Marc Weisberg to co-instruct the upcoming Southern California – Mastering Luxury Real Estate Photography Intensive Workshop – Sept. 11th, 12th & 13th

Mastering Luxury Real Estate Photography Workshop Intensive Website & Registration


This three-day workshop intensive is for anyone looking to fast track themselves to creating compelling real estate and architectural imagery.  Rich and Marc will cover everything you’ll need to know over three intense days of learning to create images like you see on this blog post and on our respective blog sites. We will be going over what gear: cameras, lenses, primes, zooms and tilt shift lenses, grip gear, lighting, light shaping tools, software and postproduction techniques we use and why and how we use them. It doesn’t matter what camera system you use, as long as you have a DSLR or mirrorless camera that you know your way around:  Canon, Nikon, Fuji, Olympus or Sony are all fine. We’ll also be covering business strategies from client acquisition to client delivery, contracts and licensing of imagery.  Read on to learn more about this Southern California workshop intensive experience. 

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Single Level Ranch – Fair Oaks, CA

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Pacifico Dance Company @ The Harris Center For The Arts

Dance, Entertainment, Event Photography


I had the wonderful opportunity to photograph the Pacifico Dance Company in Folsom CA at the Harris Center For The Arts (formerly known as 3 Stages)

This was a full 2 1/2 hour performance complete with about 50 dancers and a full Mariachi band. Lots of action and as always a great lighting set provided by the Harris Center.


Shot with a pair of Nikon D700s and a combo of Nikon 16-35 f4, 24-70 f2.8, 70-200 and the “Concert Killer” Nikon 300 f2.8 I was able to shoot super wide and get really tight from all the way back shooting next to the mixing board.




As with photographing any dance performance I have the challenge of capturing fast action shots combined with a very low light environment so keeping the shutter up to 1/320sec was a constant and the D700s high ISO ability was a super important part to the puzzle.