1000 x 750 pixels (approx. - equivalent to 35cm x 26cm
Un-compressed file size 2.5mb (approx.)
JPG file size .6mb (660k- approx.)
- Turn off the Date Function and any other extra features that
the manufacturer gives you.
ESTATE PHOTOGRAPHY TIPS
Square-up your Horizon
- buildings that lean and sea-views that run downhill never look
- for interior shots - square-up the centre of your image vertically.
- Before taking your shot check the shadow-play through your view
finder, sometimes moving sideways a step or two will move the
shadow out of the front doorway or other central features.
- If possible shot with the sun behind you.
- If power lines appear in your view finder, lower yourself and
camera down - crouching down a little and pointing the camera
upwards will often place hanging power lines above the roof line,
this avoids the distraction of lines that "appear to run
low across the face of a building"
- If Power poles appear in the view finder with the building behind
them take a step or two sideways, often this will place the pole
beyond the bounds of the house.
- Place your subject/object in a are with clear view and space
to see the entire image through your camera view finder.
- Using the zoom on your camera is not necessarily optimal, try
moving in closer
- Clear all clutter, take pictures off walls as they can detract
from the final image
- Different indoor lights can create unwanted colour in your images,
for instance fluorescent causes your photo to have a green tinge.
- Optimal lighting is natural (day light) not sunshine as this
will cause strong contrasts in the image.
- If natural light is not attainable a couple of lamps directed
strategically on the subject should suffice.
- If outside shoot with the sun behind you, or find a shadowed
- Flash is best used in dark environments when attaining focus
- Only use the flash up to 3m away from your subject
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