Miami Marine Stadium

I started going to the Abandoned Miami Marine Stadium when I first moved here about 7 years ago. It was such a cool place to hang out at.

At the time this place was wide open, meaning only taggers, photographers, film makers and very few people went to it. It was an epic place to hang out at. I have lots of great memories of this incredible place.

This was a venue where they held boat races and other awesome events. It was the first one of its kind and a beautiful stadium to say the least.

The Miami Marine Stadium was damaged by hurricane Andrew in 1992, and it never reopened its doors. It is such a shame because it is such a beautiful place in an incredible location.

Multiple people have attempted to raise money to fix the place and reopen it, but nothing has happened.

They have built a fence around the place and have a full-time security guard on duty now. Making it impossible to get in. It’s a shame that the place is completely off-limits to everyone. It was such a great place for creatives around the world.

8 Tips and Tricks to improve your Real Estate Photography

Real estate photography is a great way to make money on any market. However, a lot of photographers start out without knowing much about how to take great real estate photos. It is not the hardest thing in the world, however, it does require technical ability and an eye for the craft. 

In this video, I share my most used techniques when it comes to Real Estate Photography. Real Estate Photography can be lots of fun and a great way to make a living money. 

The Gear You Need

Here is the gear I recommend to get the best possible Real Estate Photos. You need a Full Frame Camera, a Wide Angle Lens, a Speed Light, a good Tripod. Keep in mind that most realtors will ask you for a full frame camera and a wide angle lens. I shot with the Nikon D800 and the Nikon 14-24mm to edit your images I recommend the best Real Estate Lightroom Presets out there. 

Here are my favorite ways to take Real Estate Photos to a new level.

1.  Use a tripod. It’s important to bring a tripod to your next shoot. A lot of homes can be very dark and by having a tripod it will guarantee a clean sharp image every time. 

2.  Use a flash. Having an on/off camera flash is a nice way to light up a room. This can help set the mood of a room by splashing a little light in a dark corner or a shadow.

3.  Move around. Do not stand in one place. Move around and find the best possible angle to get the best possible shot. 

4.  Use a wide-angle lens. Rooms are often small, a wide angle lens can create the feel of a big space. 

5.  Take your time. Do not rush the shots. Make sure you think about the composition and get the best possible shot. 

6.  Edit your photos. Once you have a nice collection of images, take them to a computer and edit them. I recommend Adobe Lightroom.  

7.  Use Lightroom Presets.  This speeds up your workflow and gets a consistent look on your images every time.  I recommend my Real Estate Lightroom Presets.

8.  Batch edit your images. This will speed up your process and guarantee a speedy delivery to the client.  

Check out the video for photo examples. 

Tips and tricks to improve your real estate photgraphy


The gear I use for all my photos: Nikon D800 with a Nikon 14-24mm a Nikon 24-85mm a Nikon 70-200 and a Tamron 150-600mm.  A MeFOTO tripod is a must. I edit all my images with my Real Estate Lightroom Presets download them now. 

Tips and Tricks to improve your Real Estate Photography

Remember to have fun out there, and always please the client. If you have any other tips you would like to add, leave them in the comments below. 

What is the summer solstice

What is the summer solstice? Well this is my favorite time of the year. I have created a video to explain exactly what it is, but basically it is when the sun reaches its most Northern point from the equator. It is also the longest day of the year.

I love summer, to me it represents the start of my favorite season. Check out the video below.

How to develop your own photography style video 5

Here is day 5 on developing your own photography style, remember to grab the RAW file and follow along.

This is the Black and White version of this photo. You have to be careful when doing black and white and know exactly what sliders to use. There are many ways to turn a photo into black and white, in this video I will show you how you can make a b&w image pop.

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