Central London property photography 7

Central London property photography

Most of my property photography jobs are for companies such as real state agents, interior designers or property developers. But I do get more and more property photography jobs from individuals as well. These jobs are typically high-end flats or house in central London, Weybridge, Farnborough, Slough or Guildford.

My latest property photography job was for a flat in the London West End. The flat has two good size bedrooms, two bathrooms and a generous launch. It will be on the market for rent for £1500 per week.

The owner booked a one-hour property photography shoot, which is just enough to photograph an apartment such as this one.

Over the years I have developed my own techniques to get the most out of each property photography job. I use very expensive ultra wide-angle lenses. I always shoot at extreme high aperture settings, which result in razor sharp images. My clients appreciate the high amount of details in each photo. Also, I use the lowest ISO settings on my camera to reduce the amount of unwanted noise to an absolute minimum.

Shooting at such extreme settings means that I have to expose every photo for a lot longer than any other type of photography. In order to get a correct exposure I often need to set my camera to five seconds (or even more).

Property photography also involves a lot of post-production (retouching / photoshopping). I increase the sharpness of my photos even more and make sure the white balances are just right. I also increase the amount of detail in the shadows and highlights. My camera is a Canon 5D mk3, which shoots at 22 mega pixels, which is more than enough for large-scale printing up to poster size.

I appreciate that my property photography clients need my photos as soon as possible. I did this particular job at 10am and delivered the final photos to my client at 2pm.

Most of my property photography jobs are for companies such as real state agents, interior designers or property developers. But I do get more and more property photography jobs from individuals as well. These jobs are typically high-end flats or house in central London, Weybridge, Farnborough, Slough or Guildford.

My latest property photography job was for a flat in the London West End. The flat has two good size bedrooms, two bathrooms and a generous launch. It will be on the market for rent for £1500 per week.

The owner booked a one-hour property photography shoot, which is just enough to photograph an apartment such as this one.

Over the years I have developed my own techniques to get the most out of each property photography job. I use very expensive ultra wide-angle lenses. I always shoot at extreme high aperture settings, which result in razor sharp images. My clients appreciate the high amount of details in each photo. Also, I use the lowest ISO settings on my camera to reduce the amount of unwanted noise to an absolute minimum.

Shooting at such extreme settings means that I have to expose every photo for a lot longer than any other type of photography. In order to get a correct exposure I often need to set my camera to five seconds (or even more).

Property photography also involves a lot of post-production (retouching / photoshopping). I increase the sharpness of my photos even more and make sure the white balances are just right. I also increase the amount of detail in the shadows and highlights. My camera is a Canon 5D mk3, which shoots at 22 mega pixels, which is more than enough for large-scale printing up to poster size.

I appreciate that my property photography clients need my photos as soon as possible. I did this particular job at 10am and delivered the final photos to my client at 2pm.

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