One of the ways to improve your own home staging before and after photos is to use a program like Photoshop or other photo editing software to help the shot look better.
I’m not suggesting putting in or taking out items (the decorating equivalent of sticking somone’s head on someone else’s body!), but for fixing things like:
- improving the lighting and contrast
- rotating the image so that it looks straight
- cropping to focus on the right elements within the shot
- bumping up the colors so they look more true to life (sometimes photos come out very yellow for example because of the lighting)
- cropping down to a close up detail of the room to create a vignette
How room photos look on a home staging website is critical to marketing our staging services. Good interior shots are also critical for realtors who want to do an effective job of drawing potential buyers to their listings since so many people house hunt on line.
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