Highlight the unique characteristics.
A place that you can make yours. Photography of living areas should demonstrate a “lived-in” feel. Think about how people would use the furniture to relax or contemplate. Try showing amenities in the context of the surrounding space and not head-on inventory style. Ensure photos of furnishings and decor are the most current to avoid misleading guests.
What's working here
- Candid, natural light.
- The feel of a living, natural space.
- A framing that feels like you’re being pulled forward into the room.
- Visual invitations to use specific objects in the home, such as a piano, library, etc.
- Poorly staged, lack of character.
- Unnatural light.
- Reflections and glare from window.
- Overly wide angle lens.