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07/31/2009 09:17:40 PM · #1
LOL
08/06/2009 03:37:18 AM · #2
Wow that's just special.

That blue sky just made me cringe.
Usually during better economic times realestate photographers around here can get a lot of work.
At least we know to go out and take sky pictures that we can use to replace the sky in almost any image and keep it looking natural.

This is just so wrong.
08/06/2009 05:21:36 AM · #3
We are in the process of selling our house now. Our agent asked me if I could take some pictures. Which I did, however I had not got around to cleaning out our rain gutters prior to taking the photos so I photoshopped the green leaf matter out of the picture. I left the rest untouched. The next day I cleaned the gutters so no one will ever see a difference. Apart from that I believe photos for things for sale should be left untouched with exception of a little sharpening if needed.
08/06/2009 05:21:44 AM · #4
trick might work if you're buying the property through eBay, LOL!
08/06/2009 05:42:34 AM · #5
I agree that the object for sale should be pretty much untouched but nothing that says you can't make the picture more appealing by fixing a cloudy sky or even a washed out sky.
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