You can’t sell a product just by praising and highlighting its features. You got to have good images to show off. Thanks to the increasing demand in the real estate segment, real estate photography are back in vogue.
Real estate photography just like landscape photography requires a similar set of tools. Sharp lens, large sensor cameras, and tripods. The difference is in the choice of lens and the need for artificial lights.
Architectural photography involves shooting parallel lines more often than in any other type of photography. Normal lenses tend to suffer from what is known as the ‘keystoning’. Walls of buildings tend to taper inwards as it goes higher up.
To counter this issue tilt-shift lenses are better suitable. Artificial lights are necessary because you need a way to illuminate the interiors of the property uniformly for a balanced exposure. Sometimes mixing both ambient and artificial lights to get the desired effect.