Stunning magazine quality photos that can help you sell more properties, sell them faster, uphold a higher standard of branding and marketing, and get more listings in the future.
Photos are often the first impression that potential buyers will have of a property. High-quality, visually appealing images can help to attract potential buyers and generate interest in a property. They can also be used to showcase the property's best features, highlight its unique selling points, and help potential buyers envision themselves living in the space and that is why Real estate photography should be done by professional photographers who have the technical expertise, equipment and experience needed to create stunning images that showcase the property in the best possible light.
When you work with me, you no longer need to meet at the listing or provide a contractor's lock box. Simply provide your CBS number. It's that simple! Of course you are always welcome at the photo shoot! I believe the time you to spend waiting while your listings are photographed could be spending running your business and serving your clients.
I can publish the photos directly to your MLS listing so the process will be effortless for you.
To answer that question, I need to explain two main techniques real estate photographers use to edit their photos.
"STANDARD" Photography Package - What most photographers offer.
There are dedicated stand-alone software and software plug-ins that can create high dynamic range images from a carefully constructed set of “bracketed” photographs. This is fast and relatively easy to get a decent result which makes it a great option for budget real estate photography. On the other hand, the photographer has limited control over the final image result. Below is a photo edited in less than 5 minutes using an HDR Software.
"PREMIUM" Photography Package - What makes us diffrent!
Multiple Exposure Blending is the other option for creating high dynamic range images. It is done by hand-blending two or more images via layers. This method allows photographers to employ the full functionality of Photoshop’s myriad ways of processing and color-correcting images. Skilled users can deftly blend some, or all, of different areas of the different images together. They do it in ways that are nearly impossible to detect.
With time invested and skill, this is the best way to achieve the most realistic result. below is a photo edited in about 20 minutes using the MEB technique. Since MEB photos takes much longer to edit, therefore this technique is more expensive with a longer turnaround time compared to HDR software.
Here is another example. Use the slider to simply compare the two photos:
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