Real Estate Photography draws the viewer’s eye to a property, showcasing its features and helping buyers imagine themselves living there. Photographers should avoid cliche shots like using animals and people as subjects in images – instead focus on creating clean and spacious environments with their photos. Wide-angle lenses with low distortion rates create the impression of more spacious rooms, and photographers should never modify photo dimensions or delete existing objects as this misrepresents real estate properties. Composition Real estate photography is an inherently complex form of work that demands skill, technique, and the appropriate equipment. Additionally, it requires an in-depth knowledge of the properties being photographed. The first step should be ensuring you have the appropriate camera and lens – […]

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Phone photography may be the most difficult type of photography, but it’s not impossible. If you’re new to photography, and you’re not much of a photographer at all, these photography hacks will come in handy. The first of them is to use a card or memory stick instead of a digital camera. The advantage of using a memory stick instead of a camera is that it is portable, meaning you can take it with you anywhere. Even if you’re out travelling for a few days, you’ll have your camera ready to go, ready to capture those incredible shots you may want to show off. If you’re a beginner, though, you might want to try these simple phone photography hacks first. […]

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real estate photography

One of the questions that I am often asked by my clients is why real estate photography matters. I always tell them that their social media profiles and business websites are just one aspect of their online presence. Their website and social media profiles need to have a comprehensive plan. When it comes to selling homes, the first thing that most agents do is to post their property listing on their social media sites. This strategy helps them get more exposure. But what they fail to realize is that there is much more to real estate photography than posting photographs on their websites. For one, having photographs on your site will help you retain repeat customers who come back to […]

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If you are planning to pursue real estate photography, here are some great real estate photography tips. These can be very helpful when it comes to making clients eager to hire you as their real estate photographer. Keep in mind that it’s always better to over-deliver than to under-deliver, so set a clear schedule for yourself and stick to it! Know exactly what type of photographs you are capable of taking and show your portfolio or samples to interested parties. A great realtor will be able to spot a fake soon enough, so be confident and prepared! There are a couple of important keys to getting hired for real estate photography. One is location. Real estate is very big business […]

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architectural photography

Architectural photography is an exquisite sub-genre of the fine art photography field where the emphasis is on taking photos of buildings and other similar architectural constructions which are both historically accurate and aesthetically pleasing in terms of exact representations of their subjects. As such, the technical demands associated with this genre of photography are quite high as the photographer has to contend with not only accurate lighting conditions but also the intricacies of setting and use of props in the photograph which, if not properly executed, might detract from the main subject. Thus, when working with an architectural photographer, you should expect them to be highly skilled with the camera, be able to manipulate images quickly and produce striking images […]

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