Furthermore, I seriously hate it when wide angle shots (or even NOT wide angle shots) haven't even been straightened or had the lens distortion corrected. Photos posted from straight out of a camera are rarely appropriate to use for marketing a house. Knowing how to get a good shot is only the beginning. There's expert processing that *should* take place once the photo shoot has been completed and the images downloaded to the computer.
|As with the previous shot, I chose a different angle that shows this small room as it connects and is open to other spaces, rather than letting the shelving unit overpower everything else in the room.|
|This one I don't have any issue with the shot itself, just the horrendous quality of the photo. So awful.|