Real Estate Lightroom Presets
Our Real Estate Lightroom Presets Pack has been created to work with home interior photos, you can use these to create a very high-end look for house photos. These are designed to be used by professional Realtors to create images for home listings or for anyone else who would like to show off photos of their house.
Designed to be used by amateurs or professionals alike, these presets will help you produce an amazing end-result, transforming your images in the process & wowing your clients.
Our presets have been created with care by one of our professional Lightroom experts, designed to work with a range of cameras and photography styles.
There are 36 presets in this pack, available to download as in .lrtemplate format for easy importing into Lightroom. Simple, easy to use and stunning results. Take a look below to see for yourself.
Product Features & Specs
- Detailed Installation Instructions
- Instant Download sent to your email
- Compatible with Mac & PC Lightroom
- Compatible with RAW or JPG Images
- Compatible with Lightroom 4-7, Classic & Creative Cloud (CC)
- Fully Adjustable
- Lifetime Free Updates
- Customer Support
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5 Quick Tips for Home Interior Photography
There are many things that will help a property to sell, but one of the most important factors is your photography. Your photos of the real estate are the first things that that will draw people in. Get this wrong, and they’re not likely to go any further than your MLS listing. Your job is to make your property seem as appealing as possible.
Too many homeowners take photos that make their space seem cramped and dark – and this ensures that they never find the perfect buyer. Read on then for 5 quick tips that will help you to sell your property through excellent photography.
First of all, when I say that you need to make your home look as appealing as possible, you still need to make sure that the picture accurately reflects the property you are selling. Don’t use cheap tricks like getting an obscure angle on your property to make it look bigger. If you do that then sure you will get people coming to look around your home, but they won’t want to buy it when they see it because they will have been brought here under false pretences. This is just like online dating – there’s no point airbrushing yourself because people are going to find out you did as soon as you meet up… And then you’ve just wasted everyone’s time.
However, you only need to be honest about the actually layout and shape of the property – not the condition that you normally live in and you can still show your property as the best it can be. So before you upload your home to the MLS, make sure that you tidy your home and keep everything as well organized and pristine as possible.
There are also a few additional things you can do which will make a big difference to the appearance of your property. One of these is to paint the skirting boards. Small changes can make a big difference to the details.
One of the things that comes across well in photos is light. Make sure that your property looks as light and spacious as it possibly can. To accomplish that you should reduce clutter by removing unnecessary ornaments, and you should aim to let as much light in through the windows as possible. If you are considering repainting to keep your property looking clean ready for when people come to look around, then you should consider painting things white which will reflect more light and so make your rooms look lighter and bigger.
An extremely easy tip? Take your photos on a sunny day!
Think About Angles
Again, the objective is not to pull the wool over anyone’s eyes… but you do want your rooms to look as large as possible. That can sometimes mean choosing constructive angles that maximize the appearance of size. For instance – don’t stand halfway in the room, but squat in one far corner. You might even consider moving particularly large pieces of furniture if they hurt the line of sight or make the space seem cramped.
Go High Def
If you are taking your pictures on your 1 megapixel phone camera from 2005, then they are likely to have a grainy quality to them and to pick up light badly. You want your photos to look like they’ve come from a glossy magazine of luxury homes, and that means using a high def camera to make the pictures look professional – ideally a DSLR. Borrow a camera if necessary from a friend or from your estate agents.