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How to Do Right Real Estate Photography? | Tony Henrik Halttunen


Tony Henrik Halttunen: Real estate photography can be a lucrative calling to someone who is looking to earn a few extra bucks on the side with their photography, or establish a full-time photography business of their own. While it is possible to earn an income with quality real estate photography, there’s a lot of competition out there. In order to be successful, you’re going to have to be able to take great photos. – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Title: How to Do Right Real Estate Photography? | Tony Henrik Halttunen

How to do Right Real Estate Photography?
  • Tony Henrik Halttunen

Contracting a photographer is an overwhelming
task. The photos they take could choose the
number and bore of home buyers who will study
your property. Keeping in mind the end goal to
isolate the experts from the photographic
trifler, you'll have to familiarize yourself with
the accompanying terms and procedures.
Wide Angle Lens
Using a wide-angle lens is key to photography for
real estate since these lens captures more of a
scene than a regular one. With a wide-angle lens,
the real estate photographer is able to stand
closer to the house without including undesirable
objects in the closer view like utility poles or
shrubbery. Be sure that your photographer uses
this lens.
Make sure your real estate photographer expands
the camera's elevation as these photos dependably
look superior to anything shots taken from the
beginning. Have them stand on your vehicle,
ladder or any other apparatus that will securely
add tallness to your photos.
Walk through your property with your prospective
photographers to find out how they mean to limit
far-reaching carports, lanes and extensive
carports, all of which take away from the main
selling point - the house.
Three-Quarter Shots
When looking through the photographers'
portfolios, ensure you see many three quarter
shots of homes. Pictures shot at a slight angle
to the front of the home are normally much
stronger than shots taken straight on. On a
related note, real estate photographers must not
use ultra-wide-angle lenses for front shots.
Doing as such will misrepresent the point of view
to a questionable level.
Ask the photographer to shoot pictures of your
property several times during the day. You want
to capture the morning, noon, and evening
sunlight to find out which ones best compliment
your home.
Barrel Distortion
If your prospective real estate photographer uses
a digital camera, be sure to ask him or her about
barrel distortion. This happens when the
wide-angle lens on a digital camera produces
curved or skewed edges in the picture. Lines that
you'd hope to seem opposite are most certainly
not. Barrel distortion happens regularly when
photographers take wide-angle shots of angular
buildings, doors and edges of walls. A good
photographer will know how to avoid making this
costly mistake.
Numbers and Perspectives
Ask your real estate photographer to shoot as
many home entrances and perspectives as possible.
For example, shoot the view from the inside, the
side garden, the fishpond, and the potting shed
all from a high angled view.
Finally, ask your real estate photographer about
the jaggies, which happen when lines of a
building separate from a background, such as a
roofline against a clear sky. Reducing the size
of the image and using the anti-aliasing tool on
a good photo-editor will usually make the jaggies
And remember, photos of a property can represent
the deciding moment your prosperity. Make sure
the money you invest in real estate photography
gets your property the interest, traffic, and
deal you need and deserve.
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