This photo shoot was in the Walden subdivision of the Tri-Lakes area. This is a beautiful area, large lots, plenty of trees and some awesome views. This was a newer home, so there were lots of challenges but at the end we were really happy with the results.
The amount of contrast between the light and shadows here on the exterior of the home made us decide to do a 5 bracket tonal compression. It really evened out the image and gave it a natural look.
Portrait angled shots are generally difficult to deal with on real estate websites as well as in the MLS. We couldn’t resist this one though. As you look back towards the door it is the focal point of the front of the house.
This great room living room is was just soaked with sunlight. We wanted to maintain the views of some of the vegetation through the windows while showing the room was warm and open. In order to accomplish this we did a 7 exposure “Fusion” this helped maintain the actual look and feel of the room.
Once again in the kitchen we used a 7 exposure to give the room a warm and natural look.
This image was taken from our “drone” we tried to minimize the contrast between shadows and sunlight. We did a virtual HDR image for this one, using RAW files to simulate an actual HDR image. We were not able to get usable brackets because it was windy and the drone was moving all over the place.
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