REAL ESTATE PHOTOGRAPHY
Look through these real estate photography tips if you would like to become a successful and demanding photographer in your area.
Some years ago, I was also a fresher in this field. Now I would like to figure out my real estate photography tips & tricks, which could help me to save time when I was a beginner.
22 Real Estate Photography Tips for Beginners
Use these 22 real estate photography tips to avoid the mistakes that I made.
1. Choose Right Time
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Choosing the right time is very important for real estate photographers. If you have the opportunity, schedule a photo shoot in the daytime. This way, you will get a lot of natural light and bright, saturated colors in your pictures.
If the weather is cloudy, you should choose another time for shooting. Some people like to photograph real estate during the sunset. Undoubtedly, you can get very beautiful shots in this period of the day.
However, you should consider one very important aspect. The sun should be behind the house. Thus, you will get really good lighting in this position. Download The Weather Channel (Android, iOS) or Dark Sky Weather (Android, iOS) app to know whether condition beforehand and plan your photoshoot right.
2. Examine the Property Beforehand
Do not rush. First, you have to learn every nuance of the house. Remember that they may be very different, so you must pay attention to every detail. Before the photo session, walk around the house and yard, and make a few shots.
Take 2-3 pictures of each room. Do not forget to take 1-3 photos of the backyard and 1-2 photos of the facade of the house.
Then you should examine these shots very attentively to identify features that should be considered when taking professional photos. This approach helps photographers see those details that seem imperceptible at first glance but have great importance.
In addition, this way, you will be able to ensure that the house is ready for shooting. Probably, you may need some time to correct some imperfections.