Less is more: – Ever heard of the saying “Perception is reality?” Believe it or not, the photographs you display online is what people would think the house looks like. If you take photos of a cluttered room, people would be turned off almost immediately. Ensure you get rid of clutter before photographing a room.
Lighting: – Focus on how much light you have and the direction it is coming from when taking photos. If you are shooting a house outdoors, ensure that the sun isn’t behind the property. P.s : It is visually appealing to shoot a property outdoors early morning or late afternoon. If you are shooting a room, utilize the flash function if need be.
White Balance: – Every camera has its white balance located differently on their camera. Sometimes, it may not be called white balance, it is just referred to as modes like; sunny, cloudy, portrait etc. The white balance of a photo can make a huge difference in the turnout of your photo. I typically go for sunny in low-light as that gives the room a warm look in the pictures.
What techniques are you using for your photographs in real estate?