Hi people, was after some advice regarding equipment and the approach to take with my shooting/growing of my business and skill-set.
I shoot mainly real estate work for high-er end houses at twilight and have landed a pretty good gig doing so which means I only generally shoot 1 house per day. I spend between 2-3 hours at each property so I have the time to put in the extra attention to detail. Up until now I've shot exclusively with with my Canon 1ds3 and 24-105 lens. I also have the Fuji x-e1 for timelapse work but have started to wonder about upgrading gear as there have been quite a few times where I've needed a wider lens. I have been very impressed with the quality of images coming from the x-e1 and have been pondering the idea of purchasing the fuji 14mm lens and using it for my real estate work. This would allow me to carry a lot less and be a bit looser/more dynamic with my approach and work a lot faster however on the other hand I am contemplating the notion of buying a 24mm TS-E lens and developing more of an architectural approach to the houses I shoot. It will be a more rigid/accurate approach and a lot slower (including PP) but the images will be more accurate. I have a lot of flexibility with the work I'm currently doing, as long as the images still work towards the end goal of making the house look desirable for purchase.
I'm just after some ideas from the many many professionals on this forum who have been in the game a lot longer than me and know what approaches have the greatest longevity and highest satisfaction and success. Thankyou! Please be gentle.
Some samples of my latest real estate work: