Importance of Weather

It has become standard practice by many Etate Agents and their photographers to carry out property photography in poor weather and at the wrong time of day.

In order to ‘correct’ a cloudy sky or  their poor choices they will edit into the photograph, a fake sky.

Unfortunately, adding a blue sky is not the same as photographing the property on a fine day, and at the right time of day. A property in sunlight looks completely different and much more attractive.

Use the slider in the middle of the image to see the difference between the two images.

Which would you prefer to market your property?

Unfortunatelty, the reason for Estate Agents and other photographers do is to save time. More properties photographed/listed means more money in their pocket.

 

 

Importance of Timing

Every property has a time during the day when it looks its best. East or south-east facing exteriors should be photographed in the morning, West or South West exper The opposite is true for a

It has become standard practice by many Etate Agents and their photographers to carry out property photography in poor weather and at the wrong time of day.

In order to ‘correct’ a cloudy sky or  their poor choices they will edit into the photograph, a fake sky.

Unfortunately, adding a blue sky is not the same as photographing the property on a fine day, and at the right time of day. A property in sunlight looks completely different and much more attractive.

Use the slider in the middle of the image to see the difference between the two images.

Which would you prefer to market your property?

Unfortunatelty, the reason for Estate Agents and other photographers do is to save time. More properties photographed/listed means more money in their pocket.