Better photos, better results!
"Ninety-eight percent of homebuyers who searched for a home online said that photos were among the most useful features of real estate websites, according to research from the National Association of Realtors....It's important for sellers to evaluate the quality of the photos that an agent typically posts with listings before even hiring someone to sell their home." Hartford Courant, 9/16/12
"...listings with better photos command higher asking prices: … the tactic works. At the closing table, listings with nicer photos gain anywhere between $934 and $116,076–as measured by the difference between asking and final price"
Wall Street Journal, October, 2010
I will shoot upwards of 100 shots and personally edit each final photo. Using Lightroom 6 by Adobe, all photos are edited to correct for lens distortion, shadows, flare outs (windows filled with white light), convergence of perspective, and color cast to produce a superior and attractive final product that puts your clients' homes in the best light. For those hard to take indoor/outdoor shots that show both a room interior and the view outside, I draw on High Dynamic Range processing. Using a tripod, I take 3-5 identically composed shots at various exposures and then combine them digitally into one properly exposed picture.
Put your home listings in the best light and build traffic through better photographs. Most people use the MLS filters to find homes that have the right number of bedrooms, baths, etc., so the pictures that they see when scanning listings are the most important factor in attracting potential buyers.