Listing photos iPad, iPhone, or regular camera?

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Real Estate Sales Representative with Keller Williams Cornerstone Realty

Listing photos iPad, iPhone, or regular camera?

 

iPadWhich camera are most of you using these days?  

We know many of you may be getting professional photos, but the price point in our market does not justify except a few luxury properties.

 

iPhoneIf you are using an iPhone or iPad are you using any special apps?  We struggle with the auto focus and auto exposure, especially on the iPad.  Any hints?

Last question - why did Apple not include a flash on the iPad?

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Cindy Edwards
RE/MAX Checkmate - Johnson City, TN
CRS, GRI, PMN - Northeast Tennessee - 423-677-6677
I'm still using a camera, it seems to just take better pictures.
Nov 26, 2013 12:35 AM #1
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Bob Miller
Keller Williams Cornerstone Realty - Ocala, FL
The Ocala Dream Team

Thanks Cindy we agree, just not as convenient.

Nov 26, 2013 01:44 AM #2
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Drick Ward
NEPTUNE REALTY - Virginia Beach, VA
"RealtorDrick" - Experienced Representation

I use a camera to take pictures, my phone to make calls, and my tablet to do "paperwork".  Right tool for the job.  Although phones and tablets can take pictures, it's not what they are good at.  But what I've seen some of lately in our market is iphone pics that are TERRIBLE.  Agents should get a camera and take good old fashioned photos, it's what people want to see, not some fish-eye weird skewed room that looks like everything is going downhill fast.

May 06, 2015 01:48 PM #3
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Bob Miller
Keller Williams Cornerstone Realty - Ocala, FL
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Thanks Drick.  Yes it seems very few can take really good photos with an iOS device, but many can take very bad one!

May 06, 2015 07:31 PM #4
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