Wildeye Photography Information
Frequently Asked Questions
- How do I contact you?
Contact me by e-mail or phone: 406.871.3666
- What is your Schedule? How long before you can photograph my listing?
My schedule varies but most shoots can be done within a day or two of contact (weather dependent).
- How long after the shoot will the photos be available?
- How do I receive the photos?
On a DVD, unless other arrangements are made.
- What do you Charge?
My photography is based on $50.00 per hour. Please see Pricing.
- How long will the Photography shoot take?
It depends on the project, but usually 1-3 hours
- Do you offer Virtual Tours?
Yes, I do offer Virtual Tours.
- What do I need to do before the shoot?
Please see page for "Preparing a Home for Real Estate Photography."
- When is the best time to photograph my listing?
Lighting is the key factor in determining the time of a shoot. Usually, this is early morning or late afternoon.
- What is HDR?
HDR is High Dynamic Range Photography. High dynamic range photography for real estate is the process of taking multiple exposures of the same image and combining these images for the maximum dynamic range. The human eye sees a much higher dynamic range that standard single exposure photograph. Using this technique allows online image to look more real, show more detail, and adds a flattering glow to each image.
|Picture 1. Even Exposure
||Picture 2. Minus 2 Exposure
|Picture 3. Plus 2 Exposure
||Picture 4. HDR Image
Using High Dynamic Range photography for your home will show your home in the best possible light. Great photography is the number one marketing tool for online real estate. When choosing photography for your home listing insist on high dynamic range photography.