If a Picture is Worth 1,000 Words…

…then why do we have so many bad ones? What kind of words does a really bad photo convey? Or a decent photo of an ugly room? It seems like such a basic concept – use a photograph to convey to best features of a house, and along the way, the photo itself shouldn’t be a distraction from those features.

Time is limited, attention spans are short. For this example, I purposefully used a very modest kitchen, with a stacked washer/dryer, to show the difference. Not a lot of room, but laid out nicely to maximize the use of the room. Quick – which kitchen appeals to you more?

Photo taken by professional real estate photographer

Photo taken by Susan Pruden

Photo taken by another real estate agent, to market property

Photo taken by another real estate agent, to market property.

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