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How to Take Good Real Estate Photos: 4 Amazing Tips

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Did you know that the average home stays on the market for 68 days?

If you’re looking to get your home off the market sooner, (or if it’s been on the market longer and you’re not sure why) then you’re probably wondering what you’re doing wrong.

There are a lot of mistakes you could be making that may be preventing your home from selling. However, one of the biggest mistakes homeowners make is using low-quality photos of their home.

High-quality real estate photos can make all the difference.

But, how do you take good real estate photos?

Check out this guide to find out how to take good real estate photos.

1. Hire a Professional Photographer

If you can afford it, the best option is to hire a professional real estate photographer.

Professional photographers understand the importance of light and how to capture a space at its most visually appealing angle. They’ll know based on the position of the property whether it’s best to shoot your home at sunset, sunrise, or midday. They can also blend photos at different exposures in order to create the perfect image.

If you don’t have the first clue about doing any of these things, hiring a professional photographer is going to be your best bet.

Just make sure that when you hire a photographer, you hire someone who specializes in real estate photography, like the folks at http://roomtophoto.com/.

2. Declutter and Clean Every Room

If you take photos of rooms that are cluttered and messy, people aren’t going to notice the new floors or well-cared-for ceilings, their eyes are going to go straight to the clutter.

So, before you get ready to shoot, make sure you declutter and clean every room in the house.

And, we don’t just mean you need to clean up your kids’ toys off the floor. Things like blenders, toasters, family photos, board games, magazines, shoe racks, books, and towels should all be put away.

Basically, you want to make it look like a home that no one has ever lived in.

3. Use a Tripod to Capture Sharp Photos in Natural Light

In general, homes look way more appealing when they’re shot in natural light.

But, if you don’t have a steady hand or professional flash equipment, photos taken in natural light without a tripod will look blurry and dark.

Therefore, it’s a great idea to invest in a tripod. A tripod will allow you to shoot at different shutter speeds while taking advantage of the natural light and keeping a sharp image.

4. Emphasize the Best Feature in Each Room

Every room in your home has a feature that outshines the rest. In your dining room, it may be your dining room table. In your living room, it may be your fireplace.

Whatever that feature is, make sure you emphasize it when taking real estate photos.

How to Take Good Real Estate Photos: Are You Ready?

Now that you know how to take good real estate photos, it’s time to start clicking that camera.

If you have any questions about capturing great photos, comment below. And be sure to check out our blog for more tips on selling your home fast.

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