THE FUNCTION OF EDITING

A great photographer takes a good photo and makes it amazing!  Editing is a critical part of our jobs.  Whether correcting a blemish or changing the exposure or adding in special effects, our skill in editing determines the outcome of the photo shoot.  Take a look.  

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While we don't recommend completely changing features, we also aren't going to let a little blemish ruin a photo shoot.  Some simple editing saved this family photo.

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One photo, so many different options.  Want more sun, brighter exposure...even change the seasons!  Editing can give you the exact photo your are hoping for.

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Change Exposure

Sometimes Mother Nature just doesn't cooperate with our timing.  Our pictures turn out too dark or too light, editing the exposure creates the best lighting for the shot!

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Create Images that Sell

Realtors and homeowners looking to sell their home need to ensure the images shared online show the home in the best light...literally.  Dark, overexposed, unfocused, poorly aligned images send the wrong message to a buyer.  

 

More than every before, people are shopping for homes online.  Editing can ensure the image of the home you are representing communicates to the buyer that this is a home they need to see in person.

 

Isn't that your goal?  Get the buyer to notice the home you represent?   

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Think about it...which pictures would make you want to book this hotel room??  A well lit room with light pouring through the balcony and bright white sheets or a dark room with dingy sheets and poor lighting?  The answer is clear...YES!  Editing is important!

Is editing important?
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