I wanted to share with you in this post a few images from a more modest property that I shot for a private landlord in Leeds, whom was marketing their 6 bedroom student let.
Though now becoming less common, in the past estate agents have been known to produce some pretty poor photography for their property listings. Whether it's wonky composition, exposing for the windows leaving a dark and dingy interior, lack of depth or an ultra wide angle resulting in an unnatural view of the space, it's not flattering to the property and space and could either turn off potential buyers from enquiring further or they could feel deceived when it comes to viewing the property.
So, your most recent project may be about to complete, you're planning your budget for the next or you're looking to put some real estate on the market and it comes to thinking about how you share the space with the public. You might think - how hard can it be to take a picture of a inanimate object?