by Susan Pruden
December 5, 2014
...then why do we have so many bad ones? What kind of words does a really bad photo convey? Or a decent photo of an ugly room? It seems like such a basic concept - use a photograph to convey to best features of a house, and along the way, the photo itself shouldn't be a distraction from those features.
Time is limited, attention spans are short. For this example, I purposefully used a very modest kitchen, with a stacked washer/dryer, to show the difference. Not a lot of room, but laid out nicely to maximize the use of the room. Quick - which kitchen appeals to you more?
Photo taken by Susan Pruden
Photo taken by another real estate agent, to market property.