Real Estate Photography photography is more than taking photos of homes, but rather it is the art of conveying the value and the warmth offered by a home, and sharing it with the prospective buyers.
One of the major problems with real estate photography is that the homes come in various sizes, shapes and styles filled with photography uncooperative things such as of corners, shadows, lights, windows, objects, and many more.
In this industry, a picture can be worth up to millions of dollars and can convey more than a thousand words, thus there is need to understand how to produce awesome pictures in such uncooperative environment.
HDR Photography presents a powerful solution to shooting in places that have poor lighting and numerous other obstructions. The High Dynamic Range (HDR) or fusion is an innovative photo shooting technique that produces photos with a broader range of visual interest and intensity that cannot be achieved through normal photography.
To achieve this effect, our photographer takes multiple different exposures of the same object instantaneously. These images are then carefully selected and combined by layering them to generate a single unique photograph that has achieved balanced lighting and optimal detail in the shadows and highlights of the architectural features or landscape.
The resulting image has greater contrast and depth and is more vibrant and is appealing to the human eye.
As such an HDR image starts off as several images of the same capture but having varying exposure, used to achieve detail in the midtones, highlights, and shadows, which widens the total light range the final image. The resulting image has some sort of an oil painting look.
The HDR, images are emerging as a suitable alternative to other convectional photography methods such as flash guns or use of multiple lights.