Real Estate Photography Tips
In the event that you believe you’re great with a camera and have an eye for creativity, you may wish to do it without anyone’s help. Assuming this is the case, here are a few hints and advice on the best way to do it. This will help you take pictures of your house that will make it look more attractive to potential buyers and may even make it easier and quicker for you to sell your house.
Make an outline on paper of the design of your home, room by room, floor by floor. Draw each floor on a different bit of paper, with the main floor as #1, and the second floor as #2. On the off chance that you have more than 2 floors, demonstrate them in the order of how you utilize them. The stream of the photographs needs to coordinate how you, and the buyer, would stroll around your home.
Ensure the buyer can easily recognize which floor of the house they are viewing, or you will have lost their attention. There is a joke that goes, “Do you know the difference between the kitchen and the bathroom? On the off chance that you don’t, you’ll never be invited to my house!”
Mark each one of the rooms that you drew on your outline/blueprint. The size of each room you drew isn’t essential for the present, just the arrangement of which rooms the buyer will really walk through your home. Make a pathway to follow in taking your photos. It sounds so natural when you put it down on paper.
Think about a couple of more factors.
Try not to take the photos bigger than 640 x 480 pixels.
Try not to take vertical (“portrait”) pictures. A wider view is always better than a higher view.
On the off chance that possible, incorporate a window in the photograph so the buyer can see which floor the room is on.
Utilize a wide angle lens on the off chance that you have one to demonstrate the surroundings inside a room.
Taking photographs of the opposite sides of a room is proper, as long as you incorporate a household item that can be distinguished in the two pictures as a similar room, otherwise the buyer will feel that it is a separate room.
Take photos outside of your home as well. Tell the buyer about the surroundings of the house – the area – similarly as anyone would see it when driving down your road.
Demonstrate the photographs of your neighborhood. In the event that you’ve at any point went house hunting with a real estate agent, you may have driven up to a house and stated, “It doesn’t fit my photos.” You’ve effectively settled on a choice that the house isn’t for you in view of its ‘control claim’ and its relationship to different houses in the area. The buyer who is taking a look at the photos of your home likewise needs to get a feeling of your neighborhood, so show them photographs of what they’ll see when they drive up to your home. Similarly, you can make a time lapse video of your neighborhood which will show a more realistic view of what goes on in the surroundings of your house without taking up too much time of the buyers. Go out and purchase the best motorized camera slider that you can find and get to making that special time-lapse video that’ll sell your house to the buyers instantly! Afterwards, you can use this camera to make time-lapse videos of your own choice like a busy street or sun setting over the beach!