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The Best Photography Apps for Real Estate Agents

Posted by Kristina Brunnler

Mar 29, 2017 6:30:00 AM

With virtually all listings being online, consumers expect high quality, web ready photographs. If you do not hire a professional photographer for your clients, it’s important your listings stay up to par, even in this year’s sellers market. Luckily smart phone technology has taken some of the time intensive labor out of taking and editing home photos. This list of photography apps is designed to help agents market listings competitively on home search sites and media, without having to hire a professional photographer. If you have a smartphone and a few bucks to spare, you can now take your listing to the next level.
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Check out these 7 photography apps for Real Estate agents


Snapseed
(Free)

Photo editing software from Nik Software (a subsidiary of Google). Snapseed is a great starter app if you are new to photography. Some of its features include image crop, rotate, white balance, brush, select, text, curve, and transform.

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PhotoPills ($9.99)

Although this app is designed for nature photographers, many of it’s features make it ideal for on the go Real Estate agents. PhotoPills allows users to monitor the position sun and moon, while managing locations and plans shot. These features make PhotoPills ideal for agents that need to photograph multiple listings, but have limited time to do so.

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Adobe Photoshop Mix
(Must have Adobe Photoshop CC)

If you’re already using Adobe Photoshop on your desktop, this app is probably the best suite for you. Adobe Photoshop Mix is seamlessly integrated through Adobe CreativeSync to Lightroom and Photoshop, allowing users to continue working from their tablet or mobile device.

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LightTrac
($4.99)

If you’re always searching for the perfect lightening, check out LightTrac. It tells you when the best time is to photograph individual locations are based on the angle and elevation of the sun. LightTrac also tracks locations shot and can directly upload contact’s addresses from your contacts.

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360 Panorama ($1.99)

The iphone’s Panorama camera option has limited ability to capture the depth of a room. What’s great is Panorama’s option to post directly to social media, making it a great for open houses or showings.

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Slideshow Movie Maker (Free)

Do you have multiple photos of a listing you’d like to upload to a slideshow? Slideshow Movie Maker allows users to creates slideshows with photos and videos from their camera roll, Facebook, and Instagram accounts. Users can also add in image edits and music.

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Diptic ($.99)

If you have a Real Estate Instagram account, you’ve probably created a few photo collages before. Diptic allows its users to turn photos and videos into collages. With 179 available layouts, filters, and border editing options, Diptic is one of the most robust collage creation apps out there.

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