Just recently I have started the process of putting my condo on the market. My realtor who I have known for years and actually helped my buy this condo came over a few days ago to take pics. She came in with an older sony PS, the ones that use the floppy disks. She was having some problems getting the pics she wanted so I told her that I had a D50 and would volunteer to take pics :biggrin: . She agreed and so I took out the camera which had my Tamron 18-200. While not the best for indoor it does very well with the SB800. To make a long story short, I adjusted levels and sharpened, she loved the pics and asked my if I would be interested in taking pics of her properties that she is selling. It would only be for an hour or two at max whenever she needed and I would be informed at least a couple of days in advanced. I noticed that most of my shots were at 18mm because we needed wide shots. I would like to know if someone takes real estate pics and whats their lens of choice. I would assume something a little wider than 18mm so you can get entire rooms at a time. I would like to purchase something in the near future assuming it doesn't break the bank. Maybe I could just take whatever money I get from the jobs and put it aside until I have enough to purchase the lens I need. Just in case some of you are wondering, she said it would be $50/hr which I thought was reasonable considering my experience. I just noticed that I put this in the cam/gear forum. If the mods think it belongs somewhere else, it can be moved. Sorry for the dumb mistake.