I’m curious how many real estate photographers offers different quality levels of photos and if so how they differentiate them? For example, with a 24 photo package it seems like it would be a good idea to offer 4 to 6 “magazine” quality shots for the most important areas like kitchen, master bed, exterior, pool, etc… For me these would be shot using 3 to 5 flash/umbrella kits where necessary. Maybe some extra time in post to make them perfect. Then, for the rest of the photos just use ambient light and maybe a single flash/umbrella and less time in post. I also offer Matterport, where the scans are decent and usable, but in most instances not comparable to a “magazine” quality shot due to lighting and the fact it needs to be shot from about 5’ high which is not optimal in many instances.