The front of the house view.Make sure the photo's are edited properly if they are too dark coming off of the camera. With most quality photo's editing will take just as much if not more time than taking the picture.
The living room.Here is the living room. There are some do's and do not's of photographing real estate properties and this is a BIG no no. It is best not to photograph the client and their pets.
The small room.Sometimes the size of the room may not be ideal for photographing, especially bathrooms. In this case the kitchen was not very big and having extra clutter in their does not help. Also having the proper camera and lens to do the job certainly makes a big difference.
Same place two different views.I am not sure what the other person was trying to make standout in their photo, but I believe it is best to show as much as you can and make the view standout.
What is the Main feature of the property?The property is on the water and in real estate, that is the golden nugget of properties. So why not let your prospects know this by getting the right photograph to make sure they see it. Even though the time of year was not ideal and it might be wise to pay a little extra and send out the photographer to get an updated photo when the conditions are best outside, but better to have a so so photo of the main feature than no photo.
271 Boston Post Road, Sudbury
This property was a pleasure to take photos of. I wish I was able to spend more time there (of course getting paid more). This would have been an ideal property to set up multiple lights and really take my time getting really nice magazine quality photos, but was still able get some great photos and with the help of post production I was able to bring out the real beauty of this property. How will your photos look online? See for yourself.
I took this photo of a property recently and the one on the left was unedited and is the image the camera came up with. The second image I created an HDR (High Dynamic Range) image with photo editing software to create a much more vibrant image. See for yourself the difference. Sure it might take a little more time and cost a little bit more, but if you have one chance to get your prospect to look at more images, I would think that is a small price to pay.
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