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How To Shoot and Edit Interior Photography

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Published on Aug 24, 2018

I get a lot of DM's on Instagram asking how I shoot and edit my interior photographs. Today I am sharing how I shoot, light, and edit my room photos! Plus 5 tips on how to get better, professional looking Real Estate photography.

Friends at Sam Design:
https://www.instagram.com/samdesigninc/

Music: Epidemic Sound

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Blog: http://www.beckiandchris.com
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Snapchat: Chris @doleboy | Becki @beckipeckham

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