virtual staging photography tips

photography tips

how to get the best Virtual Staging results

understanding

cameras

understanding

lenses

understanding

angles

CHOOSING

YOUR CAMERA

Virtual Staging results really depend on the quality of your photo. If you want your end result to look stellar, learning how to choose a camera is the first step. Use a "DSLR" camera with an ultra wide angle for best results. Many cameras are DSLR cameras, and are usually clearly labeled. Make sure you choose one that uses a wide-angle lens. DSLR cameras range from low-end to high-end, but make sure that you're using at least a "semi-professional" camera.

CHOOSING

YOUR LENS

The next step in making your virtual staging results as great as possible is the kind of lens you choose. It makes a huge difference in how the finished image turns out. Different lenses produce different effects and even help you capture more of the room... and when the room is captured well, virtual staging also shines in its best light.

There are some important things to keep in mind when choosing your lens.

First, not all cameras need the same type of lens. (See charts for more detail.) In short, if you are using a professional full frame camera, you need a 16-35mm lens... whereas if you are using a semi-professional crop sensor camera, you need a 10-24mm lens. This may sound overwhelming, but your local photography shop can point you in the right direction, or you can search for these specs on product listings when making a purchase online.

Lenses affect something called your "field of view"... i.e., how much of the object your camera will be able to capture in a photograph.

 

Check out the difference below:

BEST

ANGLES

You want to capture as much of the room as possible when it comes to any real estate photography.

 

ALL THREE WALLS in a straight-on shot like you can see in this example helps to "anchor" virtual staging furniture and give it some context.

 

(If you are working with a small room or a combined room such as a living/dining area, you'll want to take a side-view shot instead. Perspective is key.)

 

For straight-on shots, try to keep the edge of the floor in a straight line, and center the back wall in your camera frame.

 

Lastly, try to show a little bit more of the floor than the ceiling. This will give your photos a professional edge.

Congrats, your virtual staging will look 1,000% better now with these simple tips!

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