I’m often amazed by the photos I see in real estate marketing materials.
I see distorted fisheye photos, crooked photos, wall/door angles flying every which way, dark areas, missing front shots, poor lighting, flash reflections, cars in driveways, dirty dishes in the sink, dirty clothes on the floor, and other amazing examples of poor photography.
Why does this matter for sellers?
Because 95% of today’s home buyers start their home search on the internet.
And, photos are the #1 thing they want to see.
When those buyers see unappealing photos, they keep on clicking!
Contrary to popular belief, iPhone photos are not a good substitute for quality real estate photography.
iPhone photos are snapshots; not professional photography.
In contrast (pardon the pun), I provide professional HDR photography on all of my listings at no extra charge.
HDR (high dynamic range) photography is the latest technique for achieving stunning, sharp, bright images that will help sell your home.
It’s time-consuming, technical photography that requires skill, professional equipment, software, and expertise to achieve good results.
For reasons of cost, time, and lack of expertise, very few listing agents offer this unique extra service to their sellers.
Check out these examples of my HDR photography used in my MLS listings, virtual tours, and printed flyers.
Why in the world would you list with someone who doesn’t offer this service?
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