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Just redecorated this so now preparing the estate agent shots.
Using the wide angle lens.
I take quite a few of these for work, so hope you don't mind a couple of pointers. Firstly, white balance, they are all a bit too warm with the tungsten lighting, if you've shot RAW, I'd adjust them to natural. Also in #1, the lights are a little bit too bright and I can see a person? in the doorway to the left. My only other suggestions would be to brighten them all up as they are rather too dark (people like bright) and also correct your perspective, make sure your vertical lines are straight and make sure everything is level. I quite often use HDR very lightly now to bring out all the detail & tone.
I've not posted any on here, but if you pm me your email address I can show you a couple that I've done recently.
I agree wholeheatedly with Whipspeed although a good effort.
By the way you have beautiful home, what's it worth?!!!
LOL Andrew, the banks still own a fair bit of it. But as a riverside rental property in Staines, its slowly becoming more ours.
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