What not to do as a real estate photographer
Don’t misrepresent the property. It’s easy to tweak a few photos to balance the lighting, remove glare, or crop the image, but when it comes to representing a property you need to keep things real. Changing the look of any portion of the interior or exterior by adding vegetation or fixtures, covering up obvious holes and cracks, or virtually repainting the entire house is a no-no. Properties can be virtually staged with proper disclosure, just don’t make the consumer think they are buying a palace when in fact it is a handyman special.
The future of real estate photography is bright. The key to setting yourself up for success is learning the tricks of the trade, investing in cutting-edge equipment, and keeping up with technology along the way.
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