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In part one and two.

We discussed in our first two methods on How to Photograph a Room with a Large Window, how using the Select, and Re-Compose, and Flash method we were able to quickly capture the interior of a room and the view outside a window.  

We discussed that there are times that a window should be washed out. Still in many cases we would like to be able to show at least some detail out the window of most rooms.

In this post we will venture in to using HDR photography to balance your exposures for both the interior lighting and the available light outside a window.
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How to Prep a home for photos

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A common question we receive, when a client calls to order 
Real Estate Photography, is “How should I prepare the home for the photo shoot”.  There are many things the Realtor and the Homeowner can do to ensure their photos come out great! Even before your photographer shows up to the shoot.

A Photo shoot of a home is successful when we pay attention to the details of how others will see your home. The goal is to allow potential buyers to see the unique architectural features of your home rather than just your furnishings and decorations that will no longer be in the home once its sold. 

How Price Home Photography

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Often we are asked about using real estate photos for for other types of distribution.  The best way we have found to answer that question is by using an analogy.  The rental car comparison to be specific Don't laugh, or stop here because they are not dissimilar. 

Our Client may say "I paid for the photos, therefore I own them"

Geocentric response: "No, what you actually paid for is usage of the photos," and we will go on explaining from there.

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Last Time.

Flash ExampleWe discussed the first of three methods on How to Photograph a Room with a Large Window, by using the Select, and Re-Compose method we were able to quickly on the fly capture the interior of a room.  

There are times that a window should be washed out (Completely White), say when a large electric power line shows in your beautiful picture window. Or the neighbors house is only feet away from the window. Still in many cases we would like to be able to show at least some detail out the window.

In This post we will venture in to using a flash balance or fill in the interior light, and keep the window from going completely white. 

Dark Room with Large Window

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    Many real estate agents still like to photograph their own listings Geocentric Productions, Inc. would like to help make your image the best it can be and provide you with some insight that we have learned in photographing over 60 thousand homes. 

    Geocentric  has passionately  photographed homes for over 23 years now, so we clearly know how to do it well.  We also understand that all homes deserve to have great photos. The photos take are a big part of your Image as a Real Estate Agent.   Today more than ever your image surely matters.  This will be the first in a series of hopefully many pointers we have learned over the years.

Incorrect Window Exposure Photographing a Room with a Large Window

This has always been a challenge for many agents. However with the right knowledge and understanding, it can be less of a challenge. There are three methods in this series to help you capture a photo of a room correctly. 

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