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Five of the most common real estate photography mistakes —
To avoid focus issues caused by camera shake, use a tripod. It’s a cheap and easy way to improve any photo’s sharpness. Set the tripod chest high for most interior shots.
Put the junk away! Decluttering your space is essential. Put personal items away, don’t keep things sitting on counters or corners. Put the car in the garage and remove any boxes or other non-essential things from view.
No real estate picture looks good if the building is crooked. Open your cameras setting and set the viewfinder to a grid view. Make sure your horizon is a straight line.
Turn off your direct flash. An ill placed flash can give your photo hot spots and sometimes cause some bad reflections. Use natural and indirect lighting as much as possible.
Try and get as much as the space in view. Be careful not to get too much of the ceiling or dividing the frame with a wall. Use a quality wide angle lens. (16mm-24mm)
Use a DSLR camera. It’s a fact that houses shot with DSLR cameras will bring your sellers more money at the table. Do even think about using your smart phone!!