- Clean Kitchen Counters & Sink.
- Clean Bathroom.
- Turn On All Lights Throughout the Entire House.
- Remove Unnecessary Furniture & Decorations.
- Make All of the Beds.
- Remove All Personal Photos and Items.
- Put All Shoes & Jackets in Closets.
- Remove All Pet Item.
What makes a good real estate photography?
You want the photos of the property to look similar to the property in real life to manage the expectations of buyers and renters. Additionally, you would want to keep the sun behind you when you shoot so you don’t have any dark areas in the shot. This is especially great for the front of the house.
Should I shoot RAW for real estate photography?
Always shoot RAW, no exceptions!
You can see this at work when you work with a JPG vs RAW file in Lightroom. With a RAW file you can adjust the exposure or white balance in either direction by a large amount and you can move the highlights and/or shadows + or – by a huge amount.
What is the best ISO for real estate photography?
For real estate interiors ISO 400 is generally a good choice. This is because it helps you get bright, attractive photographs of your property, while still keeping the image sharp. When you’re choosing the settings to use for your exposure bracketing, there are a few camera settings to consider.