photography: If a Picture is Worth a Thousand Words, What are Your Listing Images Saying About the Quality of Your Work? - 12/09/06 12:32 PM
In preparation for a post I wrote on my Saskatoon real estate blog, I spent about 30 minutes viewing listings on a typical real estate website.  I continue to be astounded at the poor quality of images which pass as acceptable to both sellers and agents.
In thirty minutes time, I managed to collect enough lousy images to create a virtual tour which I've titled, "The Unbelievably Bad Real Estate Photo Hall of Fame."  In it, you'll see a man, apparently asleep in his recliner while his living room is photographed, a kitchen that looks like it's about to slide off … (12 comments)

photography: Basics of Real Estate Photography - 11/14/06 12:13 PM
I am amazed at the extremely poor quality of images which agents and home sellers seem prepared to accept.  My MLS is full of photos that do nothing but make a property look very, very bad.  At a time when the bulk of all home searches are starting online, it's time that we either learned a bit about photographing homes or hired our work out to a professional.  It's just too important to be done poorly.
Most attempts at photographing homes could be drastically improved with a few simple tips.
Ensure that the home is prepared as it would be for showings.  … (18 comments)

Norm Fisher (Royal LePage Saskatoon Real Estate)

Norm Fisher

Saskatoon, SK

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