Interior Pole Aerial Photography Listing Photos Why Not Use PAP For Interior Shots

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  1. 1. activerain.trulia.comhttp://activerain.trulia.com/blogsview/2289672/interior-pole-aerial-photography--why-not-use-pap-for-interior-shots--Interior Pole Aerial Photography: Why Not Use PAP For InteriorShots?Bill Cobbhttp://www.myflipcamerasecrets.com/ - Pole Aerial Photography: Why Not Use PAP For Interior Shots?Exterior P.A.P. photos are beoming more common. But what about "Interior PAP" or "Interior Pole AerialPhotography" Using Kodak Zi8 Camera On Tall Monopod? For the Agent on a tighter budget, this might be apossible solution! I was amazed at how many inbox messages I received from Agents wanting to know howI accomplished the photos below. It's fairly easy and certainly inexpensive!NOTE: The Idea To Shoot Interior Photos From A Higher Viewpoint Came From The Teachings of CarlaJohnson, author of Magnetic Real Estate Photography!Photo Below: My first attempt at Pole Aerial Photography from on top of my suv holding a monopod and taken withKodak Zi8 with 0.5x wide angle lens by remote control clicker (about 16' to 18' above the ground). I'm sure theneighbors were wondering what in the world was going on! I like this kind of stuff...
  2. 2. I know that there are many real estate professionals on Active Rain blogging about P.A.P. and there's even the P.A.P.Group on Active Rain that shares ideas and tips on this extension of real estate marketing. And, apparently P.A.P. isa popular topic on Facebook as my post below generated more than a few comments.
  3. 3. But, What About Interior P.A.P.? Why Not? I had two (2) Real Estate Agents Comment On How Good Of AnIdea This Is! NOTE: Please keep in mind these photos are taken in the 5 megapixel mode of the Kodak Zi8.These are not professional real estate photos and I'm well aware of this fact. I'm experimenting as I improvemy home appraiser photography skills!
  4. 4. Here's How!First, this is not "pro photography"...obviously. This is accomplished with a simple Kodak Zi8 with 0.5xWide Angle Lens ($39 at BestBuy) mounted on a 57" monopod ($15 Walmart) using a Kodak remote controlclicker ($10 at BestBuy).
  5. 5. My Interior Pole Aerial Photography Flickr SetGive Interior PAP a try and please be sure to share the results with me!AUTHORS BIO:Bill Cobb is Greater Baton Rouges Home Appraiser frequently called upon by banks, homeowners, and savvy realestate investors to assess property values. A home appraiser with 20 years experience, Bill Cobb brings a wealth ofknowledge to the table as a home appraiser.Bills company, Accurate Valuations Group, serves Greater Baton Rouge (East Baton Rouge Parish, West BatonRouge Parish, Western Livingston Parish and Northern Ascension Parish).Contact Bill Cobb and Accurate Valuations Home Appraisal Group for your next home appraisal:Office: 225-293-1500, Cell: 225-953-0638Fax: 1-866-663-6065info@accuratevg.comhttp://www.accuratevg.com/Disclaimer: Trulia, Inc. does not necessarily endorse the real estate agents, loan officers and brokers listed on thissite. These real estate profiles, blogs and blog entries are provided here as a courtesy to our visitors to help themmake an informed decision when buying or selling a house. Trulia, Inc. takes no responsibility for the content in theseprofiles, that are written by the members of this community.
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