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Interior Photography – It’s all about the Camera right?

Modern digital cameras are very impressive pieces of kit, capturing amazing amounts of detail all at the push of a button; the camera processes an image which you can print straight from camera. Mobile devices such as iPads and iPhones have also made big improvements in image quality and there are even some mobile phones that have 40+ megapixel sensors!

However, interiors are very difficult spaces to photograph; they ask a lot of even the most modern digital camera to create a professional looking photograph and are that is the reason why the camera needs to be

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Why we use mulitple flashes to light interiors

This blog shows how a photo evolves using multiple flashes to light different parts of an interior.

First up we have the conservatory lit correctly. As there were plenty of windows behind and to the right of the camera (as well as a Perspex roof) the room needed very little flash due to all the natural light. As you can see, the rooms/areas beyond the conservatory are very dark due to hardly any natural light getting to them.
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Property photography at night

Dusk Photography season arrives to properties in Yorkshire

The return of GMT sees property photographers donning their winter jackets and head torches for a resurgence in dusk photography across Yorkshire. Of course, here at Exposure Property Marketing, we can carry out dusk photographs for you at any time of year but the earlier evenings do make the hours much more sociable!

Night photography is great for getting your house to stand out from the crowd, particularly on portals like rightmove and zoopla where their unique nature can help to

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Property photography of a hidden gem in Wetherby

Today we had the pleasure of photographing this stunning property, built in the garden of a neighbouring property.  The architect designed home was discreetly situated, nestled in-between the existing properties.  The choice of materials was sympathetic to the surrounding which helped it blend into the built landscape. 

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