Before and after Images with 10mm Lens

A 10mm Lens Opens Up Rooms

Letting them be displayed at an advantage over rooms shot with an 18mm or 20mm lens. The goal was to show agents and their homeowners how professional images enhance their print and online marketing efforts and ultimately result in more profits and quicker sales.

At no time does the saying "A Picture Is Worth A Thousand Words" ring more true than now. At a time when buyers have an advantage in the marketplace and the ease of access to various listing websites are at an all time high it is paramount that your home is represented in the best possible light. These photos were shot using a Sigma 10-20mm Lens

In a market as competitive as real estate, it is important to have an advantage over your competition. In a recent survey conducted by the National Association of Realtors, they found that 80% of people across the county who bought a new home last year used the internet as a tool when looking for a home. They found that people rated photographs as the most useful tool in their search process. updated article Dec 19, 2014

 
Front of Home Before- 18mm Lens, on camera flash
Before- 18mm Lens, on camera flash
Front of Home After - 10mm Lens, flash bounce
After - 10mm Lens, flash bounce
Living Room Before- 18mm Lens, on camera flash
Before- 18mm Lens, on camera flash
Living Room After - 10mm Lens, flash bounce
After - 10mm Lens, flash bounce
Family Room Before - 18mm Lens, on camera flash
Before - 18mm Lens, on camera flash
Family Room After - 10mm lens, bounce flash
After - 10mm lens, bounce flash
Master Bedroom Before - 18mm Lens, on camera flash
Before - 18mm Lens, on camera flash
Master Bedroom After - 10mm lens, bounce flash
After - 10mm lens, bounce flash
Upper Living Room Before - 18mm Lens, on camera flash
Before - 18mm Lens, on camera flash
Upper Living Room After - 10mm lens, bounce flash
After - 10mm lens, bounce flash

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Before and after photos with an 18mm vs 10mm lens Reviewed by Gene Wright on . Rating: 4.5