Real Exposure Photography personally crafts each photo with a blending process that uses natural light and flash photography. Multiple photos are taken of a single area that utilizes the best color and exposure from each photo and is then brought into Photoshop in a layered fashion for final blending that gives it a natural look.
Professional Photography not only shows your current clients a great marketing strategy for selling their property but also paves a showcase for future clients who will see your marketing plan.
In 2007, 80% of home buyers searched online for a home. Four years later 89% of new home shoppers use a mobile search engine at the onset and throughout their research. (Google & Complete Home Shopper Mobile Survey, 2012). In this digital world, consumers are purchasing and becoming highly proficient with more technology devices such as smartphones, tablets, iPads, and laptops. The homebuyers are really embracing the online shopping experience that opens up so many more possibilities. This trend is displaying that potential homebuyers now recognize how useful technology is and therefore they are going to be better at noticing professional versus point-and-shoot real estate still photos. With all of the competition on the market, it’s essential to have Professional Real Estate Photography because the new curb appeal is Web appeal, it's what grabs their attention.
If you are listing a home in a higher price bracket, you need to use professional photos to match the rest of your competition. If you are listing in a price bracket with little professional photography being used, take advantage and stand out from the competition by embracing professional photography.