What does the future of real estate photography look like? That’s a question that many home buyers, sellers, and real estate agents have all pondered. Predicting the future is often a tricky undertaking. Still, real estate photography trends are emerging that seemingly hint at a clear direction for the industry.
How will real estate photography look in future? Our predictions are detailed below.
Standards Will Be Higher Than Ever for Real Estate Photography
If you’ve been in the real estate industry for a while, you’ve probably noticed the greater emphasis that has been placed on getting high-quality photographs of all listings.
Realtors and sellers are willing to spend significant amounts of money to ensure they get the shots they need. They hire professional photographers, videographers, and editors to capture the best shots possible.
This trend has been spurred on in large part by demand from buyers. They want to clearly see what a home looks like without heading for an in-person visit, and it’s up to the Realtors and sellers to oblige them.
High-quality photos will soon be required for every listing. If you cannot provide them, your listing will likely struggle to generate attention.
Drone Photography Will Become Essential
Standard photography can do a decent job showcasing your property if you have a good camera. However, you can only do so much with that.
Buyers will inevitably want to see more of your property, and you must accommodate them. Drone photography will help you provide the shots that your potential buyers are looking for.
Use the drone to capture wide-angle shots of your property. Provide pictures that perfectly contextualize your property in relation to the rest of your neighborhood.
Pretty soon, making use of drone photography will be a necessity if you want to complete your real estate listing.
Real Estate Photography and Videography Will Become More Immersive
How do you sell someone on your home if they aren’t willing to pay a visit? The answer lies in using immersive photography and videography.
Advancements in camera technology have made it easier for sellers and Realtors to give buyers immersive virtual tours. You don’t have to worry about selling your property short, even if you are conducting a virtual tour. The people on the tour will still be able to fully appreciate the beauty of your property.
Expect real estate photography and videography to only become more immersive as technology continues to improve.
Real Estate Photography Will Cater to More Mobile Users
Lastly, you can expect real estate photography to evolve so that it places greater emphasis on mobile devices.
Everyone looks up things using their phones these days. They may go to a laptop if they already have one open, but they will often default to using a smartphone because it’s way more convenient.
Because of this, many real estate photographers are already producing shots geared toward mobile devices. Count on that trend to pick up even more steam in the years to come.
Do you need professionals to handle your real estate photography? If so, we at 360 REI are ready to lend our tools and expertise. Contact us today and let’s set up your real estate photography session!