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  1. Hello,
    Thanks for the great information. I’m a real estate broker and take my own photos. I don’t do it for financial reasons but because I like the creative aspect of it.

    Can you recommend a reasonably price, easy to use, on the camera flash unit. I’d prefer it to have the TTL feature as well. Thanks!

  2. In your enfuse tutorial you mention applying a preset while loading the pictures into lightroom. Can you please send me the link for the tutorial that describes how and why you create the settings in your presets (for each step off the editing process) That would be amazing to learn!

  3. Thank you for this video. I have 5Dmarkii can you tell me best way to set up brackets for this. I was a realtor for 15 years, now have FAA drone lic and trying to build this biz to stay away from some of the drama in dealing with all the folks.

  4. I purchased and tried enfuse without luck. I stacked my photos and went to enfuse but it tried to merge the 7 stacks instead of the 6 photos in each stack. Did not recognize the batch idea?

  5. Hey Lance,

    I have been a photographer for over 15 years. Started out in the equestrian world shooting jumping events in mostly outdoor environments – light was usually very plentiful!! I added real estate a couple of years ago and seem to do pretty well. I learned a technique which blended an ambient and a flash shot manually which may or may not include a blown out image of the windows. This process produced really nice shots, but took a long time to process for the $$ which realtors were willing to pay. I cam across Photomatix Pro last year but have struggled to produce shots with clear windows. So my question: is there a way to make a preset in Photomatix Pro which can process pics with clear windows?

    • No there really isn’t, sorry! Software can only do so much. If you want clear windows, you have to either blend them in manually in PhotoShop, or utilize the flambient method you are referencing, with doing additional frames for window pulls. You may want to google some outsourcing firms and send them some bracketed examples to see if they can get you a look that you like. Vietnam seems to be the place to go at the moment to hand blend brackets, and have a great window view.

      Good luck!


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