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Horrible MLS Photo Of The Day #235

October 25th, 2008

This image has been altered to protect the innocent.

This image has been altered to protect the innocent.

Another member of the Horrible MLS Photo Of The Day Witness Protection Programme. I think it goes without saying to leave your clients out of the pictures, especially their children.

Other than that it’s not a very good picture anyway: it’s crooked, at an awkward angle and poorly lit.

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Tim Ayres – Sooke Real Estate Professional

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Horrible MLS Photo Of The Day #230

October 20th, 2008

Another victim of poor lighting and a horrible angle. A few steps to the right would have avoided making that cannister set the focal point of this picture, and turning on the lights would have avoided making them overexposed while underexposing the rest of the room.

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Tim Ayres – Sooke Real Estate Professional

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Horrible MLS Photo Of The Day #200

September 20th, 2008

Number 200! 200 days of Horrible MLS Photos! What a ride it’s been so far. As the days go by, more and more people tell me that they’ve seen the photos and are learning from them, which is the ultimate goal of all of this. I had an agent tell me the other day that his clients had seen the blog, and asked him to please make sure that his photos were perfect so they didn’t end up here!

I’m sure you can tell what I’m going to say about this one. This tight shot of the fireplace is crooked, and very poorly composed. The photo would look better shot wider, and at an angle, and by not cutting off the two chairs. Context is more important than content in many cases.

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Tim Ayres – Sooke Real Estate Professional

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