David Rezendes, named Top Real Estate Photographer for 2011 by AOL Real Estate, says there are several ways to jazz up listing photos. He explains that wide shots can show off space, but a homier feel can be created by focusing on certain details. Realtors might have to move furnishings around to get the right perspective, and they should keep lines parallel when shooting from an upward or downward angle. In addition to staging rooms before photographing them, property professionals should make sure their reflections are not visible in mirrors, windows, and shiny surfaces. As for exterior shots, the best natural light is had in the morning and late afternoon. | Read More