Real estate photography
I am a full-time, licensed and insured real estate photographer. Based in North Tacoma, my territory spans from Olympia to Federal Way, and Puyallup to Gig Harbor. Armed with an ultra-wide angle lens, I aim to provide high quality HDR photos of your home or property for the sole purpose of maximizing its visibility, without looking fake or cartoonish. Today’s real estate shoppers hunt extensively online before physically visiting a property. Cell phone cameras and basic snapshots simply don’t cut it any longer for real estate listings.
What is HDR?
High Dynamic Range blends multiple exposures of an image into a single composite photo. This “super-photo” is the combination of layers of different exposures, incorporating the best parts of each into one final composite. The goal is to capture extra detail that would never be possible in a single exposure – especially if the light is variable, as it is with most real estate.
Why use HDR?
The answer: light and color. HDR balances light in a photo; Shadows appear lighter, bright areas appear darker, and the overall lighting in the photo appears balanced. Three or more exposures of a given image provide a significant boost to the range of color in a single image. By combining multiple exposures, you are adding depth to each color family in the scene. A wider range of light and color dynamics breathes life into photos by simulating what the human eye sees in the 3-dimensional world.
We had an offer based on one drive-by. They didn’t even go inside. They said the photos were so good they could already tell what the inside looked like.” -B.T.