Want to see just what we can do with your real estate photos? Use the sliders below to see real before and after examples of our editing service. But of course, nothing beats a real tutorial, so if you really want to experience our enhancements for yourself, please give our free trial a shot. We think you’ll be more than happy with the results.
Above: In this image, the flat, unsaturated light from an overcast shot was enhanced to bring out the lush green of the golf course and calm blue of the sky above the water. As a final touch, the gray and cloudy sky was replaced with a beautiful blue sky.
Above: This sample shows just how powerful adding the right details can be. Aside from general touchups, we replaced the sky to bring out the details in the clouds, virtually illuminated the fire pit, and added an image to the TV screen.
Above: Interior photos often call for HDR processing, which can be a pain to wrestle with on your own. Here, we combined and processed the HDR photos for our client while also clearing up the window view, virtually illuminated the fireplace, and brought the TV screen to life.
Above: Enhancing your real estate photos isn’t just about adding in a few details—it also requires a keen eye for knowing what to take out. In this image, some in-depth object manipulation allowed us to fill in the unfinished lot next door with lush, green grass.
Above: A few of the right touchups can really go a long way. In this example, we performed a blue sky replacement as well as a few basic adjustments to bring out a pleasing contrast between the blue reflected in the windows and the exterior of the building.
Above: Taking property photos at the right time of day is only a first step—here, we took a rather plain-looking blue-hour photo and enhanced the sky to present a stunning backdrop that compliments the house.
Above: Another example of what adding a few of the right kind of details can do for your presentation. The empty garden tub was filled with water to create an inviting and attention-grabbing scene.
Above: We get it—not all real estate photos can be taken under ideal conditions. Fortunately, though, they don’t have to be. Here, a pool in disrepair was given new life with some artificial water and color enhancements.