Photographers and realtors understand the benefits of outsourcing real estate photo editing so they want to find a reliable partner. And thanks to the fast-development of technology, with some easy step, they can send out and get the image back within 24 hours. It is not only save amount of time to have amazing photos but also very convenience.
And if you want to have a reliable partner with high-quality service, then Qblends is a best choice. As our Client System that intergrated on our website, all you need is sending the Raw files to us easily.
Our team are major of real estate photo editing services. From HDR brackets to basic single images, then Day to Dusk and Virtual Staging. With more than 20 professional editors are always ready to serve you. You can always satisfy with our output images because we always use hand-blending tools to make sure they match your style.
Today Qblends our priority about the basic and most commonly used editing techniques for real estate photo editing:
1. Perform color correcting.
Our clients are really appriciate about our Color correction feature. Because it is the first thing they want to show the customer. Amazing picture but it have to the right color. Depending on the photo, you can have the separate request about the saturation, hue, and tint in order to get a more realistic image. We will follow your request to make it best for you.
2. Even out the light.
When shooting interiors or exteriors, you might encounter problems with the shadows and uneven lighting. To combat this, we will use Lightroom to adjust shadows, highlight, whites, and blacks. If you have harsh highlights on the photo, you may want to drag your highlights bar to the left in order to bring down the hot spots. Our team always notice them and take deep change for your amazing images.
High dynamic range (HDR) is a technique that many real estate photographers use to create a greater dynamic range of luminosity. To create HDR images, make sure that you have shot your subject in different bracketed images. Then, you can easiy outsource your real estate images with Qblends for save more time.
4. Adjust clarity.
On Lightroom, just push the clarity to the right in order to polish the photo. With adjusting the clarity, you might want to adjust the blacks as well in order to add depth and crisper look to the image.
5. Clean up the image with cloning.
Remove unwanted objects in your photo using the clone stamp tool in Photoshop. Click the clone stamp tool and choose the source area. Then, you can start cloning and painting over the object that you want to remove.
6. Straighten the lines.
When shooting properties, you need to be extra careful with your lines. You need to make sure that these are straight and not bent in some way. Whether you’re shooting interior or exterior, you have to look at the lines and shoot them properly. Make sure that you select the entire image and drag the corner of the image opposite to where the lines are leaning towards.