Shooting Real Estate

Shooting a good real estate photo is pretty straight forward and there really isn’t much to it. Here is what you will need to get the job done right, a DSLR camera with a wide angle lens like a 16-35mm (lens used for these pictures) and tripod. For these images 5 frame HDR’s were used. If you want to be able to see out the window’s properly in your photos you will need to shoot HDR (high dynamic range). If the house wasn’t so bright I probably would have shot 7 frames, but since light wasn’t much of an issue here 5 frames would do the job. When shooting these types of photos I find shooting around f/16 and up will do the job, this keeps everything sharp from the furniture in the room to the houses across the street. These photos were processed with HDR Efex Pro, but there are many other programs out there that are up of the task.

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Camera: Canon 5D mark ii & 17-40L ~ Setting: 5 Frame HDR’s – f/18 – ISO 400

By Rob Moses

Photography courtesy of RobMosesPhotography.com

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