Expose For Interior
When photographing the inside of a house, make sure the interior is exposed and not too dark. Don’t expose for the windows, but for the interior. If the interior is too dark or under exposed, it may not be possible to brighten the interior with editing.
Don’t Aim At The Ground
Try to aim your camera straight into the room, not towards the ground. It is recommended that you align the edge of your camera with a wall to keep walls straight up and down.
Wide Angle Lens Adapter For Phone
There are a number of wide angle lenses available for smart phones. We suggest a wide angle lens that minimizes distortion and provides clarity across the frame. We recommend Moment wide lenses. They work with most Apple and Android devices.
Toilets, Closets, Laundry Rooms & Garages
We don’t recommend photographing toilet rooms, closets, laundry rooms, garages or any part of a home that isn’t visually appealing. Capture only the best interior and exterior areas, and focus only on rooms and features that are visually appealing. There are exceptions, such as elaborate closets with wooden shelves or garages with game rooms.
Watch Your Verticals
Verticals are how professional photographers refer to walls. Walls should always be straight up and down. Without a tripod it is nearly impossible to be perfect, and that is okay because Tourdrop will fix any vertical alignment issues. However, it is good practice to try and get it close when you are taking your pictures. Don’t aim the camera at the ground.