It's sometimes difficult to capture space in a shot, which is why real estate photographers have a hard task ahead of them. Here's a lowdown.
|Real estate photographer Michael McNamara shoots a celebrity home along the Miracle Mile in Los Angeles. (Michael McNamara / Shooting LA)|
Everyone seems to be a shutterbug these days, but grainy smartphone pics just don't cut it when it comes to producing eye-catching images that attract prospective buyers.
"I've had clients tell me, 'I've got an iPhone 6,' and I have to stop myself from cringing," said luxury real estate broker Kofi Nartey of the Agency.
Professionally photographed homes sell faster and for more money than homes listed with point-and-shoot photos, according to a 2013 Redfin study. The report found that for homes priced between $400,000 and $499,999, those with professional pictures sold for an average of $11,200 more than homes with amateur photos. [read more]