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Any real estate photogs here?

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Hi everyone,

We are thinking about listing our house. (Gulp.) I think I can probably do the photography myself. I can rent lenses locally for a day. I currently own a 14mm Rokinon, and Nikon 18-35 and 24-85. Would the 14-24 or 16-35 do better than what I have in terms of distortion or is what I have capable? I want it to look great and am happy to rent if it gets better results. I suspect the Rokinon maybe isn't awesome, but the 18-35 might be ok?

Any other tips for the photography? I will try some mild HDR but I actually sort of hope the windows blow out because view out the window of the next door houses or our garage out back isn't so pretty. I'll shoot the yard and exterior in the evening for nice light. Actually the heavy HDR that so many real estate pictures have is really icky to me, I just want it to look nicely exposed and inviting.

Thank you, tips so very much appreciated! I have some (ok, a lot) decluttering to do first...

 


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