I thought I would put it out there on my site that I am available to potentially “shoot snaps” for you if you are a realtor or property manager in Denver needing some high quality photos of your property for listing purposes.
You can look at many of my photos on my Flickr page here: https://www.flickr.com/photos/besnette/
Here is one inside a home in Colo. Springs in Sept. 2014
Here’s one I took of a building in Broomfield (cloudy day, but still, I like how it turned out)
I am sure that I would be much more reasonably (affordable) priced than one of the larger photo-outfits, or a “professional” photographer, so let me know if you have the need and call me at 303-579-0137 (my name is David, and I live in Broomfield).
Basically, many photographers nowadays use the HDR technique to shoot photos, since it gives a really deep, rich feel to the photo. I’ve gotten pretty darn good at HDR. I do know that HDR can also be used way overboard – really, and unfortunately, this is usually what happens. The photo is overblown, there are “halos” between bright and darker spots, and the colors are way over-saturated.
I’ve found that if you resist the temptation to go “grunge” on your photos, they turn out very colorfully and deep, and are still in the realm of believability.