This is the first time we've had professional photos taken of a home we are selling.
The weather has been rainy and overcast all week so taking photos required as many lights as possible.
I do believe it's worth the cost to have professional photos taken, but luckily our realtor provides the photographer's photos as part of the service that she provides for her fee.
The photographer's photos show our home so much better than mine!
I'm inspired by her photos and definitely plan to get a wide-angled lens and take some photography classes when we get re-settled in the future.
Here's her photos of the two guest rooms. I like how she got the rooms in full view, including the vaulted ceilings. All our bedroom ceilings are vaulted to about 16 feet, which makes it difficult to photograph.
The bathroom between the guest rooms has a tiled bathtub/shower combo. I like how she managed to reflect the tile that goes up the shower wall in the mirror while showing off the best view of the bathroom.
She also got the laundry room view in one photo while it took me two photos to get it all in.
So I'm sold on the value of a professional photographer when it comes to selling a home.
If you saw my photos in the last post, I think you'll agree it isn't just that she used a wide-angled lens, but that a professional has a better eye for details.
If you'll share your opinion, I'd like to hear your thoughts on using a professional photographer and whether you've used one in the past. Did it help your home sell faster?
Happy Mother's Day to all you moms and grandmas out there! I hope you're enjoying your day and letting someone else do all the cooking.
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