What consist of real estate photography today can seen as an art form unto itself. The photographer has to have a keen eye for detail, making sure things are not out of sorts, and using techniques such as flambient or HDR, are just some of what is needed for a good quality photo. Your photos should portray a home that one wants to live in, have clean and straight architectural lines, well lit rooms that are properly exposed, and of high quality. Shoot as if you are working for the end user; the buyer of the home.
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