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Real estate photos are walking a fine line between documentation and artwork, with limits for creativity.
But a real estate image also has a purpose – it is supposed to advertise for a property. At the same time it has to follow a policy of truth. Any potential client should not be provided with a wrong optical impression. But Photoshop could make this so easy for us. If a property is beautified afterwords it may be seen as an offense of misdirection and causes disappointment on the client’s side.
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Yesterday I joined a discussion over on PhotographyForRealEstate on how to deal with personal or religous items in a real estate photo. Incidently I dropped a link to my blog’s checklist with Tips on preparing a property for photography.
Web traffic onto this info went supersonic by several hundred per cents and inquiries from other photogs came in. They asked if they might use this checklist for their own business. So did photographer Nina Leone from Bartlett, IL, which I had a very nice conversation with. I felt this was very polite and very unusual in these times where everybody takes the use of free web content for granted. Don’t get me wrong. I love to share my content to make the world a place with better real estate photos :-) . But to be asked felt really good.
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Very often dismissed with a smile as a rookie mistake, this even happens to professionals from time to time: They start shooting with wrong camera settings, when they had been working in a different scenario before. The first images get wrong. They are to bright or dark, have heavy noise, are blurred or unsharp.
When I went out for a real estate shooting recently my first image was totally underexposed. I raised the exposure a little bit and the next image turned out to be overexposed in a way that I didn’t expect. Then I remembred Read on …
One of the most influential online portals for real estate photography has published our recently written article on the new Nikon D750 in RE photography yesterday.
Larry Lohrman who oprerates this portal and is a successful real estate photographer himself assessed this article as interesting and published it on his blog over at PhotographyForRealEstate at full length.
Just in time with this year’s Photokina Nikon has announced its new camera D750. Finally this gear combines features real estate photographers have been waiting for. What are the camera’s advantages for architectural photography?
We have examined the main new features of the Nikon D750 which are important for our photography genre and have commented the results in this article.
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