dkPhotoLab offers two types of photography to our clients. Matterport camera stills and traditional HDR stills taken with a DSLR camera. Each has it’s advantages and disadvantages.

Matterport Still Photography

The Matterport camera allows us to take still pictures straight from the 3D virtual tour. dkPhotoLab can provide you with approximately 40 still images of the property. The images are great for websites and the MLS and can be provided for free when you order a 3D virtual tour.

Matterport Still Photography Features

  • Approximately 40 still images provided free of charge with every 3D virtual tour ordered. Could be more than 40, could be less than 40 depending on the size of the home.
  • Images will be delivered web ready and sized to 2,832px x 1,593px @72dpi.
  • It’s important to note that the images are NOT print quality. Please view the photo gallery to get a sense of the quality of the images.
  • Since the photos are taken from the tour, angles can be limited. We will do our best to extract the best images and angles.
  • The Matterport camera does not do well with exterior spaces so all exterior images will be taken with a traditional DSLR camera.

Traditional HDR Still Photography

Taken with a traditional DSLR camera, dkPhotoLab can deliver the latest in HDR (High Dynamic Range) photography for your property or business. HDR allows us to skip the need for time consuming lighting set ups and provide you with high quality, print worthy images.

Traditional HDR Still Photography Features

  • Approximately 20-30 still images provided. Could be more, could be less depending on the size of the home.
  • Images will be delivered web ready and sized to 1,200px x 801px @72dpi and high resolution size to 7,376px x 4,922px @300dpi.
  • A 3D virtual tour is not required for this type of photography although we do offer a discount when bundled with a tour.
  • Non-HDR versions can be requested as well.

So what’s the difference between the two visually you ask?

See the gallery below. Same home shot with both cameras with slightly different angles. Traditional HDR photography allows us a lot more freedom as far as angles are concerned when shooting.