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  • Writer's pictureTim Leviston

Why use multiple exposures in Real Estate Photography

When looking for a real estate photographer, multiple exposures are a must.

As a real estate agent, you understand the significance of visual appeal when it comes to selling a property. One powerful technique that can elevate your property listings to the next level is multiple exposures in real estate photography. In this blog, we'll delve into the importance of multiple exposures and how they can impact showcasing properties effectively.

Multiple exposures involve taking several shots of the same scene at different exposure settings, ranging from underexposed to overexposed. These shots are then blended together to create a perfectly balanced image, showcasing the highlights and shadows of a space like in the above image.

Not using multiple exposures can have the opposite effect, like the image below. While the composition is the same, the image below poorly represents the room's lighting because I could clearly see through the window when I shot it. You'll also notice that the 2nd image has limited depth and dimension, while the 1st brings the kitchen to the foreground without negating the living room.

Further, windows can be a selling point for a property, offering breathtaking views and natural light. However, without multiple exposures, windows can appear blown out and lose their appeal, failing to captivate potential buyers.

By neglecting multiple exposures in real estate photography, you miss out on high-quality art that accurately represents lighting, staging, and architectural details. Embrace this technique to gain a competitive edge in the market and create an emotional connection with potential buyers.

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