Not sure what purpose this photo serves to buyers. A photographer’s shadow and bags of trash.
Entries Tagged as 'Poor Photography'
January 20th, 2017 · 2 Comments
January 13th, 2017 · No Comments
Mr. Photographer, you need to get out of the mirror’s reflection. [Phoenix, Arizona]
Same for you. [Sun City, Arizona]
Be careful of your shadow. [Houston, Texas]
We see your shadow. [Mesa, Arizona]
G-g-g-g-g-ghost?!?!? [Payson, Arizona]
December 30th, 2016 · 5 Comments
Christmas was five days ago. These sellers were so excited about Christmas.
And they are getting excited for Valentine’s Day! (And Easter too?)
Knotted window curtain?
Dark bedroom with tiger bedspread.
Where’s the M&M Man’s left hand?
Another cluttered room.
So much to put away before selling.
The foil keeps the stove clean.
Another dark bedroom. Happy New Year!
November 8th, 2016 · No Comments
Poor photographer. He’s looking down, not realizing he’s in the mirror.
In the next bathroom, he did the same thing again: Look down and shoot.
And then again for good measure, this time with the lights off.
This last time, he aimed lower. And yet the seller still approved posting all four real estate photos for the public to see, instead of demanding the photographer take new photos (or hiring another photographer).
September 26th, 2016 · No Comments
There are certain real estate photographers who aren’t very clever. Or at least clever enough to stay out of the mirror’s reflection. This photographer is smiling.
Halfway gone from the photo. Nice try.
At least this photographer kept his face and body out of the reflection.
If he had stood in the corner on his right…
Thank you for wearing sunglasses. I didn’t have to block out your eyes to protect your identity.
September 23rd, 2016 · 2 Comments
The photographer used a fish-eye or wide angle lens to take these photos. The end result: the beds look like they take up the entire room.
How do you walk around the room? Either the furniture is too big or the bedroom is too small.
Same thing in the next bedroom. The bed looks massive.
From another viewpoint, it looks better. The photo above should not have been used.
August 12th, 2016 · 1 Comment
The seller is trying to emphasize the closet can hold a lot of clothes. It certainly does.
June 29th, 2016 · 2 Comments
Come on. We can do better than these. Buyer rely on photos to determine if there is an interest in seeing a house.
A photo of a photo. With a car blocking the house.
It does get hot in Phoenix, but it won’t kill you to step outside the car for 15 seconds.
Super creepy. No fish-eye photos please.
The photo’s caption reads “master bedroom.” Does it have a window, a closet, or a door? Is it deeper than five feet?
April 29th, 2016 · No Comments
Taking photos in bathrooms can be challenging. It’s hard to hide yourself from reflecting in a mirror. The solution: open the medicine cabinet door and hide behind it! Brilliant!!
March 30th, 2016 · No Comments
This photo is brought to us today from our reader Tyson. It’s from a Craigslist used car ad in Las Vegas, Nevada. He noticed the unwashed dusty car, the dent by the right front tire, the person in the photo, the dog, and the poor photography (shooting into the sun), many of the do-not’s of this blog. Would this photo prompt people to call about the car?