MOST BUYERS GET THEIR FIRST LOOK OF YOUR HOME ONLINE. DO NOT HAVE BAD PICTURES!
1. Use natural lighting.
Photograph the front of the home on a clear day at a time when the sun is behind you, illuminating the home. You will get an even exposure, with good color on the property, and in the sky. When taking photos inside open blinds and turn on all light.
2. Stay out of picture.
Watch for your reflection in mirrors and windows in your photos.
3. Take More Photos.
Take lots of picture. Experiment with different angles or camera settings for the same shot.
4. Clean the house for goodness sake. Do not take pictures of the kitchen with dishes in the sink. Remove clutter.
5. Don't tilt the room.
Align your photos so that floors are horizontal and walls are vertical. Don't distract buyers. Keep it simple.
6. Get a Good Angle.
Shoot from a angle that omits mail boxes, power lines and cars in the drive way.
Author:Terri Coleman Phone: 936-581-4434 Dated: August 30th 2014 Views: 406 About Terri: My clientele appreciate and benefit from the expertise that I provide, how I provide it and the enor...