Real Estate Photography
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The Power of Professional Photos
SELL YOUR PROPERTY FASTER - YES
Professional quality photos are statistically proven to sell listings 50% faster. Having a professional photographer capturing your property will definately gather more interested buyers
IMPROVE SALE PRICES - YES
Including professional-quality photos has proven to drastically increase the sale price of a property. If you love the look of a product that you're interested in, especially a family home, then it is fair to say that you would pay more for it.
GRAB BUYER ATTENTION - YES
How can you be assured of grabbing their attention from the hundreds of prospective properties they see? How can you get them interested enough to take the next step and make an inquiry? Use Digital 1 photography for your real estate photos and professional marketing
THE FIRST IMPRESSION IS A LASTING IMPRESSION - YES
Internet leads account for the majority of sales in today's market place. Will the home your selling stand out from the crowd or just be lost amongst the many available. Buyers have pages of homes for sale to look at. Make sure your property looks great at first glance.
Real estate Photos Compared
Photo 1: The agent has snapped this picture trying to hide the cars but in fact has chosen the wrong angle of the home too.
Photo 1: Professional real estate photographers will always move the cars and shoot an 'L' shaped home from its longest point of the angle.
Photo 2: This is a common mistake 'driveway shot'. Notice how you cannot see the roof of the home. It looks like a 2D Cardboard cutout
Photo 2: A longer lens chosen by the property photographer and standing further away has improved the shape and included the gardens.
Many people assume that a bright sunny day is best for taking photographs of their homes. Actually, a bright sunny day can be hazardous because it casts many long shadows, especially in the wintertime, across the property and areas to be photographed. Especially in the editing process, removing harsh, dark shadows is very difficult and time-consuming.
When searching for properties for sale, try to take note of those properties with harsh shadows and others without. Unless the home itself is in full sun, it may have shadow problems. The worst kind of property to photograph and make look correct in its exposure are those with huge trees surrounding them which will cast nasty shadows from the sun across the face of the home to be professionally photographed. When you see houses that are photographed on slightly more overcast days, this eliminates the shadow effect and appears much cleaner to the viewer.
I've created a small video outlining the shadow problem on a property that I photographed not long ago. Notice how when I remain filming the sun shadow drops away completely, leaving the home without an ugly contrasting look.
Arriving at a home to be photographed I generally look to the sky and check the cloud coverage. I estimate whether or not the sunlight could be soon covered by the clouds. At times it is a bit of a race to get set up for the external photographs of the house or building. 1-minute timing can make the difference between a great shot and a nasty splattered light shot.