Canon 54d Mark Iii For Real Estate Photography?

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5D Marking Three lens recommendation for interior home shots for real estate brochure

5D Marker III lens recommendation for interior domicile shots for real manor brochure

Whatever quick thoughts?

Sigma seems to have one in the 10-xx range.

curlyone •

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Re: 5D Marker III lens recommendation for interior dwelling house shots for real estate brochure

Howdy,    If you lot aint got deep pockets , and dont heed sigma, i’d become for 12-24 mark xi,  its non a fast lens ,should be OK.  Yous Deceit USE SIGMAs  DC LENSES.   You could accept a await at the Canon 17-forty lens ,its cheap plenty

steve88 •

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Canon 35mm f/1.4L Perhaps?

tombubrick wrote:

Any quick thoughts?

Sigma seems to have one in the 10-20 range.

Maybe the Canon 35mm f/1.4L lens…it’southward not cheap though!

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tombubrick •

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Re: Catechism 35mm f/1.4L Possibly?

I have the 24-lxx 2.8 L, the original one, but am thinking its not wide plenty.

steve88 •

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Possibly the 16-35 f/2.8L 2?

tombubrick wrote:

I take the 24-70 2.8 L, the original 1, but am thinking its not wide plenty.

Ah, strike the 35 then…didn’t know you had the 24-70 already. Mayhap the 16-35 f/2.8L Two then? Sounds similar that might not be wide plenty either? And, again, it’s another expensive lens for sure!

We need some architectural/real estate shooters to chime in here!



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Re: 5D Marker 3 lens recommendation for interior home shots for existent estate brochure

tombubrick wrote:

Any quick thoughts?

Sigma seems to take one in the 10-20 range.

Tilt-shift is the way to go IMHO. Delight have a wait at Catechism 17mm tilt-shift or 24mm tilt-shift lenses. Bower and Samyang also make tilt-shift lenses for Canon. A lot cheaper but not sure well-nigh the quality.



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qianp2k •

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Re: 5D Mark Three lens recommendation for interior home shots for real manor brochure


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17mm TS-Due east.  Largely avoid ugly vertical converging lines and edge to edge sharpness even at f/4 broad open.



Re: 5D Mark 3 lens recommendation for interior home shots for real manor brochure


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If this is a continuous involvement of your part and if yous go into architectural photography/real land, tilt and shift  (t/s 17mm) is the way to go. There is also a new Samyang/Rokino  T/S you may want to consider.

It has a steep learning bend, but with time and driving advisedly y’all will get there.

rmlewis •

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Re: 5D Marker III lens recommendation for interior dwelling house shots for real manor brochure

Are you doing this a a one time off or a standing business.

As someone mentioned, the 17TS-E is the manner to become if you are making a business out of this. I accept ane; its a great lens only expensive for a one off task.

I recently had a dwelling house for sale photographed and the Pro (who specialised in domicile for sale photos), used a Nikon 14-24. The photos were quite professional. Based on that outcome a 17-40 or 16-35 will practice the job as long every bit you go along the photographic camera level to reduce converging verticals. I have owned both lenses and they are quite good but a flake soft a the edges. The 17-40 is nearly half the price of the 16-35 and you lot can be difficult pressed to separate the 2, except that the 16-35 is f/2.eight.



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