Being that it is very important to take real estate photos to showcase properties online and offline, it is quite expensive. Realtors and agents spend quite a sum in hiring professionals to take the right photos – putting into consideration vertical heights, surface detection, leveling, etc.
Besides the expense put into hiring a professional, having to retouch the photos to make them come to life is a challenge. Sometimes, it is rigorous and takes an awful amount of time – getting the right amount of light, blue sky, and green grass.
With the launch of Apple’s iPhone 11, 11 Pro, and 11 Pro Max, Zota’s aim was to enhance the way individuals take professional photographs of their real estate properties without the hassle of hiring a professional to do the same. Considering levels, surface detection, etc.
With smart tools and resources, I was able to meet up the tight deadline as the CEO had a product launch meeting to showcase what Zota will look like and how it will work.
After research and analysis, I realized even though there are several options of photography applications, there was none dedicated to real estate photography. That gave me some form of motivation to put in more work in making Zota the best of its kind.