The pictures you provide for real estate deals must be eye-catching. This is the most important first phase of the deal, and buyers would proceed with the deal only if they are pleased with the real estate photos. So, it is of utmost importance that you should make it as best as possible.
There are many companies with a team of experts, who are professionals in editing real estate photos, and seeking their help to edit photos can attract many buyers. However, given below are the top 9 techniques you can follow to create the best real estate photos using certain tools.
Using the clone stamp tool in Photoshop, you can remove unwanted objects in the image. Click the clone stamp tool and select source area and start cloning and painting on the object you want to remove.
In Lightroom, push the clarity to the right to polish the image. By adjusting clarity, you want to adjust the light as well to add depth and crispier look to the picture.
HDR (High Dynamic Range)
HDR is a method that photographers use to create a greater dynamic range of luminosity. After shooting your subject in different bracketed image, merge the photos into one to show the shadows and highlights.
It is a technique to merge different images to create a seamless image. It can be used in real estate when you have to blend different images together like, ambient shots and stitching flash into a single picture.
Hue and Saturation
Hue and saturation can be adjusted to enhance the greens on exterior and landscape images. To use these in Photoshop, go to Image > Adjustments > Hue and Saturation and adjust the colors accordingly.
This tool allows you to resize your images in batches. To use it, select File > Image Processor. Choose JPEG file format, click resize to fit, and enter your desired dimensions. Include ICC profile and click Run.
You can use this tool in Lightroom to correct the optical issues present in most lenses. For that, go to Lens Correction Module > Enable Profile Corrections > Remove Color Aberration.
If you need to work on similar edits on many images, batch edit them using Lightroom. Do the retouches and adjustments on one image and synchronize these changes to the rest of the images.
This tool can correct and optimize colors. To use curves, go to Image > Adjustments > Curves. Click Auto in the dialog box, drag the diagonal line in the center, and pull it down to darken and up to brighten the image.