Read this blog on real estate photography camera settings.
Here are the things you need to do to take great real estate photos for your listing:
• Invest in a good camera
• Prep or stage the property
• While shooting, use as much natural lighting as possible
• Choose the best angles and compositions
• Edit or touch up the photos
Real estate photographers charge nearly $25 per hour.
All of the 24–70mm f/2.8 lenses from Nikon Sony, Canon, Tamron, Sigma, and Tokina can be used for real estate photography.
Although many professional real estate photographers choose to shoot in the 22-24mm range (about 14-16mm on a crop sensor camera), anything in the 12-35mm range on a full-frame camera works fine.
For real estate photography, most professional photographers use a full-frame camera. But the camera by itself does not guarantee great photos. A lot goes into what's behind the camera – composition, lighting, and color. So, in general, if you want to reduce your real estate photography costs, you can also use a cropped sensor gear.