Real Estate Photography vs Architectural Photography
What is the difference between real estate photography and architectural photography?
- Real Estate photography is for selling houses and capturing the current state and condition of the property for sale
- Architectural photography is for showcasing an architect’s artistic vision shown in their work
Architectural photography takes a little more planning and preparation to make sure the environment being photographed is as close to perfect as possible. Scuff marks on floors are edited out in software, chairs and tables are placed in uniform positions, and everything looks as pristine as possible. The photos are to illustrate YOUR work and what you can offer your customers, not what your work looks like after it has been used for a couple months. Examples of this can be a complete remodel of an office building, custom kitchen remodels, or high end landscaping design.
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