Great results with a 1984 Nikon 35mm architectural lens.. on a new Canon DSLR? Yup!

I’ve been shooting Nikon since 1976 but I switched to Canon in just for their two superior architectural-grade lenses. I use Canon’s spectacular 24mm TSE-II and 17mm TS-E II as my two go-to lenses for interiors, Canon’s highest quality, all-manual glass and steel architectural lenses. They are remarkably sharp all the way to the edges with no lens distortion or little to no chromatic aberration. That said, when conditions are right, I’ll use my old 80’s Nikkor 35mm PC Shift-only architectural lens.. on a Canon camera body. All you need is a $50 adapter. This amazing little Nikkor lens is steel and glass, small and all-manual. It’s also a compact 52mm filter size. I can put this amazing little lens in my front pocket. Here’s a few images shot with this terrific old school lens.

The Estate Selfie

Couldn’t resist a selfie in this grand Winchester manor dining room, full of 18th century furnishings! The room shot so well I figured why not add me at the wine room lol. Great light in here.

Great Reviews on Redfin!

My portfolio shows a lot of fine homes but I also shoot loads of Standard and Mid-Range residences and work with everyone. I shot hundreds of homes for Redfin for almost five years. Sometimes their customers fill out reviews. Mine are here.

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Sacramento Airbnb Photography

Ramp up the quality of your Airbnb listing with my professional interiors photography. It makes all the difference and like real estate, you can charge more when you use professional photography because it looks like it’s worth more.

Some of my interiors work below, a quick look mini portfolio.

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