As a real estate photographer, I make it my business to carefully study local listings and their photos. In fact, every month I compile a report on every Coweta and Fayette listing, noting what types of photography equipment and techniques top local agents are using.
Your listing has been selected as an ideal candidate for a photo reshoot based on photos of comparable listings in the area. Below you find this analysis, along with my proposal for a complete photo refresh for only $149.
Comparative Analysis of Listing Photos:
The data below is based on a market survey performed on February 10, 2017.
Photo Refresh Proposal:
Below is a short list of equipment and techniques we propose using during your photo reshoot, along with a short explaination on how why they are so important to making your listing "pop" off the screen. Photos ready the next business day. Same day service available for an additional fee.
GET MORE ROOM IN THE SHOT
Using a wide angle lens fits more of a room into each photo, making interiors look more roomier. We use the Canon 10-18mm wide angle lens for every shoot, highly regarded by real estate photographers.
MAKE INTERIORS BRIGHT AND CHEERFUL
Everyone understands the need for bright interior photos, but capturing them can be hit-and-miss. We use long exposures and digital flash photography to pull in all available light, making interiors look brighter and more inviting.
PROVIDE A DRAMATIC BIRDS-EYE VIEW
Traditionally been used for larger listings, aerial photography is now common on smaller, less expensive properties. Used both for soaring views and for creative, lower-altitude shots. We fly DJI brand drones, are FAA certified and are compliant with all FAA drone regulations and laws.
MAKE SKIES BLUER AND GRASS GREENER
Photos often come out less colorful and vibrant than when viewed in person - especially blue skies and greenery. Our high-end DSLR cameras and post production touch-up will put vital color back into those crucial exterior signature shots - and get you more clicks and eyeballs.
REMOVE Orange and Yellow COLOR CASTS
Light bulbs don't give off a “pure” white light - they usually have a color tint to them. For example, incandescent bulbs give off a yellowish light, while fluorescent bulbs have a greenish-blue hue. Our high-end DSLR cameras and post-production software ensures that photos have the most neutral light possible.
STRAIGHTEN VERTICAL LINES
When a camera isn’t held level and straight-on, distorted horizontal and vertical angles can occur. When used correctly, straight vertical and horizontal lines are subtle but important finishing touch to interior photos. We use finely tuned gimbals and gyros to make sure every shot we take is straight and level.