Wide-Angle and HDR in Real Estate Photography

Wide-Angle and HDR in Real Estate Photography

What a difference a wide-angle lens makes… it allows home buyers to see the whole room, rather than just a small section of the room! Combine wide-angle with HDR and WOW! If you aren’t familiar with HDR, HDR stands for high dynamic range imaging (abbreviated toHDRI or just HDR). HDR is a set of techniques that allow a greater dynamic range of luminance between the lightest and darkest areas of an image than current standard digital imaging techniques or photographic methods. So, what does this mean in basic terms? To create an HDR image, we take multiple (3+) pictures of the exact same room shot in different exposure levels, then combine them to create one image that more accurately represents the lighting levels in a room… no more bright window and dark room shots! So, not only can a buyer see the whole room, but they can see the whole room with good lighting. Check out these before and after photos of a home previously for sale in Colorado Springs below.

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