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Capturing the emotion and feeling of the space

For an interior photography project, you first need to think through what is the end goal of it?

Each client and each image have different requirements and things to consider.

For real estate photography that is used to sell a property, we like to capture the space as well as the feeling of the property. The photographs should make the viewer want to live in the space.

Whenever appropriate, try to tell a story through your images, focus on interesting details that make this place special, use people to set the mood and atmosphere, and think through your process – even the smallest details matter! We understand that often the seller and the agent want to make the space look bigger;therefore, shooting it at the widest possible angle. However, you also have to remember that people are not simply buying space, their buying the emotion and feeling of the home.

"It’s a fact of life: Homes come with far more emotional weight than any other investment we make Our emotions influence the homes we choose and the prices we pay." ( Matthew Kassel, The Wall Street Journal)

That said, why not create imagery that creates an emotional connection with the buyer for your next listing.

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