Real Estate Photography FAQ

What's the best ISO setting to photograph real estate interiors?

As often in photography, the best ISO setting comes down to a compromise. It also depends on the situation. For real estate interiors ISO 400 is generally a good choice. This is because it helps you get bright, attractive photographs [read more...]

How do I take photos in a room with mixed lighting?

When you are taking photos of a room that has both natural light and man-made light sources, you need to take special care to make sure there are no unintended color casts in the photo that will make the results look [read more...]

How do pros photograph interiors with a bright view outside?

Ever tried to take a real estate interior and ended up with a dark photo and blown out windows? If this rings a bell don't worry, it's not just you. Photographing an interior with a bright view through the windows is one of the most demanding photography assignments [read more...]

How do I deliver real estate photos at 300 DPI?

You may have had some clients request the photos you took of their property are delivered at 300 DPI, or with a resolution of 300 DPI, and wonder how you do that. The good news is that your photos probably already [read more...]

Why do straight lines turn out curved in my property photos?

When you take a photo of a real estate scene that has straight lines, such as a room interior or walls in a property exterior, you may find that those lines appear crooked or curved in your final photograph. This can affect both horizontal or vertical lines and [read more...]