Fine ArtA Farmhouse photographed in a fine art style with a new extension at sunset

How much does a property photograph cost?

There is a great variety of how much a property photograph costs as there are different types of professional property photography. Including fine art photographers, high end specialist interior photographers, estate agent photographers and many in between.

Fine Art Photography takes a great many hours to photograph the property with multiple photos of the same exterior viewpoint. This makes sure there is balanced light in the finished product of the inside and the outside. In addition there is specialist lighting techniques to bring out the details and the character of the property making it look its absolute best.

Following on from having so many photographs means that the editing of the finalised image takes many hours in order to correctly expose all the different parts of the building. As well as getting all the lighting perfect to bring out the details inside giving an very detailed image.

High end specialist interior photographers will use lights to bring out the best of the rooms. Leading to minimising dark shadows in the corners which don’t look appealing to the eye. There will be more than one image taken for each room making the editing of each photo time consuming to ensure the room looks perfect for the client. If there are windows in a room a professional photographer will make sure that there is correct exposure of the outside view, again making more work when editing the final image.

Estate agents have photographers who take pictures of houses to sell them. They are excellent at photographing your house to make it look the best it can be without the additional editing that the higher end photographers use.

The more specialist the type of photograph is, the more expensive it will be.

  • A lot depends on the skill of the photographer.
  • The amount of time it takes to set up the photograph.
  • The amount of time it takes for the property to be ready to be photographed.
  • The amount of images that are taken to create the finished image.
  • The amount of additional lighting used during photographing it.
  • The processing that is done afterwards.

A fine art property photograph can take many hours to make sure everything is as perfect as it can be. In addition if there is a lot of manipulation to bring out all the details inside the property as well as outside so making a big difference to the price.

An image for a client is all about the quality and a specialist will make sure the quality of the finished product is very high.

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