Real estate photography and interior photography in Kiev are in demand both among realtors, brokers, designers, architects, and among owners who need professional photos to advertise existing real estate objects.
The price of interior photography in Kiev depends on the total number of photos and the requirements for them.
All images are processed (including color correction and light retouching).
For a complete coverage of rooms, as well as a visual increase in the space of rooms, among other things, it is used professional lens with a viewing angle of more than 120 degrees, allowing you to shoot in tight spaces (closets, bathrooms, small kitchens, etc.).
Professional photographs of apartments can be successfully used on real estate websites, message boards, catalogs, booking.com, etc. Photo sessions for catalogs and interior design contests.
Provided service for video filming of apartments and other real estate
It is possible to create 3D tours from 360-degree spherical panoramic photos.
Shooting cost: 500 UAH / 1 panorama
Creation of a 3D tour and software configuration are paid separately.
Interior photography and architectural photography go hand in hand. It is important for a photographer not only to show the uniqueness and all the advantages of this or that interior, but also to give the viewer the feeling of being present in the property offered through professional photography.
Architecture is the milestones set by history along the path of its development. Structures and buildings that have long become an invisible background of everyday life for many are the most accessible subjects for photography. Architectural styles with all their features, which characterize bygone eras, life and everyday life of the past, open up an endless field for creative activity for the photographer. It was architecture that attracted the first masters of photography with its photogenicity, immobility and plastic volumes. A little time has passed since the invention of daguerreotype, but the first photographers have already traveled with might and main to different parts of the world to shoot architectural landmarks.
The architectural photography genre was constantly evolving. And he, like other genres of photography, has always had its own difficulties. For example, in such a survey, it is essential that the vertical and straight lines are strictly vertical and straight. The photographer should always keep an eye on the plane of the photographic material so that the buildings do not appear "overwhelmed". The plane of the frame must be absolutely vertical and never tilted. The optical axis of the lens must be aligned with the horizon. Failure to follow this rule can lead to unwanted perspective distortions. Although, it is not enough just to keep the lines parallel and vertical in practice. To do this, the photographer chooses the most distant point when shooting buildings. But not all buildings allow you to move away from them at a sufficient distance so that unnecessary objects do not enter the frame. Another challenge facing the architecture photographer is choosing the right angle. Today, when buildings are squeezed into any vacant space in the city, it is difficult to find a favorable angle from which the object is best seen. The subject is often obscured by neighboring houses or a busy road. As a result, there is not enough space to cover the building, forcing the photographer to use a wide angle ultra wide angle lens... Unfortunately, such lenses always distort perspective. The choice of the point of the sketch and the angle relative to the distance from the object determine the entire composition of the frame and its perspective. Because of this professional photographers often looking for the right angle for shooting a building for a long time, climbing fire escapes or penetrating into neighboring houses. A high-quality architectural shot is obtained only when the subject is completely in the frame. It should be well lit and not fade away from the rest of the background. And with all this, there should be no perspective distortion in the picture.
Black and white photography is often used in architectural photography. This approach allows you to favorably emphasize the beauty and details of a particular architectural object. After architectural photography, photographers often resort to post-processing of images in graphic editors to create the desired effects. Digital processing can best show the building itself or highlight the landscape that surrounds it. And by blending different color shades into black and white photography, you can get stunning artistic results.
The basis for success in architectural photography is attention to detail and careful preparation of the entire sketching process. The photographer often has to hide and wait patiently until the architectural object appears in its best form: sunlight will fall in the best way, it will not be blocked by cars, etc. To achieve this result architectural photographer it takes hours to find the right angle, interesting architectural details and the right lighting. The main thing is that the result is often much more expensive than the time spent on shooting.