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by Dylan Darling
on Wednesday, April 2nd, 2014 at 2:43pm.
WIth digital cameras and easy to use software available, there are no excuses for bad listing photos. In this internet age, property photos can make or break a potential buyers decision to make an appointment to view a home. So why are there so many real estate listings in Bend with bad photos? The listing agents are either lazy, or plain old just don't get it. If you're a seller, make sure you're listing photos tell the story of your property. Check to ensure that your listing photos are sharp, in focus, and that the rooms are lit properly. Below are 10 easy tips to improve your real estate photography.
While I don't consider myself a full on professional photographer, I was a paid real estate photographer at the beginning of my real estate career in Bend Oregon. I still occasionally take on real estate photography jobs for agents at our Bend Berkshire Hathway HomeServices office, and I keep up with the ever changing technology and equipment. If you really want to take your photography to the next level, you'll need to break the piggy bank. To get professional grade photos, you'll need a DSLR camera with multiple lenses, multiple flashes, umbrellas, light stands, remote slave flash triggers, and more. Most real estate brokers and homeowners should highly consider hiring a pro photographer when putting a property on the market, instead of shooting photos themselves.
Written by Dylan Darling
Dylan Darling Real Estate377 SW Century Dr #102Bend, OR 97702 (541) 419-1448
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