Outside the Frame: Dallas Professional Real Estate Photographer Richard Sharum Says It Takes Talent to Shoot to Sell

By Karen Eubank / August 20, 2013 / 6 Comments

(Editor’s Note: This is the second installment of our “Outside the Frame” series that offers the insights of Dallas’ leading real estate photographers on subjects that are both important and often controversial in the industry. Check out our first installment here.)

Today we have Richard Sharum, founder of one of the area’s most popular real estate photography firms, Shoot2Sell . To read Sharum’s perspective on how much editing is ethical for listing photos, jump.

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Wonder Why Some Realtor’s Photos Look So Dang Good?

By Candy Evans / July 24, 2012 / 0 Comments

Because they hire photographers who shoot for places like Architectural Digest, Veranda, Luxe and other fine national shelter magazines. That’s Ira Montgomery, one of the best shelter spread photographers in the country, shooting Brian Crawford’s listing at the Ritz Tower I. Ira shot a lot for DHome before budget cuts, and he also shot my […]

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