I’m always astonished when I see house and apartment photography for pads worth over half a million eurotrons. Aside from the staggering amount, which is uncomfortably to even whisper, is when said estate agent decides that to sell an asset of this gargantuan value they need photographs that barely describe the place. I’m all for estate agents shooting for themselves if they can, but to show it in poor light, blurry, and photograph the ensuite with the toilet seat up and looking down the bowl is unforgivable.
Shooting interiors for home is relatively simple, and positively easy if the place look good to start with. Get your angles right, show the light, size and details and describe the space to someone looking to drop a chunk of change and the job’s a good ‘un.