Learn How A Professional Photographer Can Fix These Simple Mistakes For Only R850

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Today everyone is a photographer. You constantly take photos with your smartphone. But does that qualify you or your amateur photographing friend as an expert? During peak December homeowners earn from R25000 to more than R250 000 renting their homes to Cape Town holidaymakers. My question is, why can homeowners not spend R850 per hour to get a professional? Yes you can spend more. Some of our photographers ask R5000. Good for them. Your investment in quality photos will pay you back over and over.

Let’s have a look at the following photos. These photos were taken by an amateur. I took these photos and tried to edit some life into them and removed flaws. Nothing professional. I did it to show. I am not going to discuss the merits of each photo. I am just going to show you the basic mistakes made by amateurs. Let me also say: I am no professional. I just know what’s good and what’s bad when it comes to interior photographs.

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The photographer left the toilet roll down, left a sponge and not-enough light. I tried to edit without.

Let’s look at the next example:

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The before and after shots are not very different. When the photographer uses a flash the interior is lit and not seen as dark silhouette. This photo is a great example where the photographer used a flash to get balanced light between interior and exterior.

The next photo is typical of amateurs. Again there is darkness and no editing can fix this.

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If you want CapeHolidays.info to assist you then take our advice when we say you need a professional photographer.
R850 is a small amount to pay for a long-term investment that can only benefit you.


June 3, 2015

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