Are Your Real Estate Photographs Brilliant

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Real Estate Sales Representative

I like taking photographs and have been doing so for decades. I have used many types and brands of cameras over the years and am currently using three different cameras of the same brand, for different applications. I have always done my own photography for my publishing endeavors as well as in my real estate business. Long ago, I had my own darkroom where I would spend hours developing and printing B/W images. I miss certain aspects of those hands-on days but can really appreciate the ease and versatility of digital photography.

Just recently I have begun to handle some photographic projects for other agents. Some agents are just too busy to properly photograph their own listings and others realize that it may not be one of their strong points. Good photography is essential in presenting your listings to the public, so take the time to do it right. The weather cooperated with me on this day and that's not always the case, but I think the colors are dramatic and will draw some attention. 

As you peruse the listings on your MLS what kind of pictures do you encounter. Would these catch your eye?

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Tommy Taylor
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You are so right about the necessity of quality photos. Good photos just don't cut it any more. They have to stand out.

February 25, 2011 05:01 PM
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Alan May
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the colours in the middle photograph look almost unreal!  Very nice photos.

February 25, 2011 05:01 PM
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Glenn Freezman
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Greg, check out some of the pictures used when explaining certain properties, i took the liberty of creating a video that lends itself to your blog, i hope you dont mind.  It's all in fun,

Glenn

 

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February 25, 2011 05:22 PM
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Norma Toering
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Photos always make an impression--it's smart to make it the best it can be!

February 25, 2011 05:42 PM
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Virginia Hepp
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Yes, they would certainly catch the eye of someone who wants to buy a home in Kent - I admit that photography is my weak point.  I have to take about a hundred pics to get a few good ones.  I think that you have talent as well as experience and expertise!

You have inspired me to read my camera's instructions!

February 26, 2011 01:02 AM
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Toni Weidman
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I sometimes chuckle at the pictures I see in MLS, Greg. Some are so dark that you can't see the rooms while others just seem to fade into oblivion. Or they take the furniture instead of the room.

February 26, 2011 02:34 PM
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