Today, we discuss camera lenses. While certain lenses work well for exterior shots, you may want to use a special lens to photograph interiors. After all you’ll want the widest possible view when shooting interiors like homes and other real estate properties.
There are a few great options for drone pilots. The Sony E-Mount, for example, will help you to widen your shots. It does, however, come with a high price tag. At around $800, you may want to consider something a bit cheaper. The Rokinon 12mm Ultra Wide Angle lens is a great alternative if you’re looking to cut down on costs. Around $300, it will help you get the dynamic, wide-angled shots that real estate agents love.
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- [02:02] Today, we discuss camera lenses
- [03:03] What are some of the popular camera lenses for shooting interiors?
- [03:16] Can you use a kit lens for interior shots?
- [03:20] Which lens should you use to make rooms look wider than they actually are?
- [04:21] Paul shares the camera lenses that he currently uses. Which are some of the lenses that he can use for higher quality shoots?