I just had my first RE job, full thread about it here: My 1st RE Shoot - Feedback Welcomed which includes a few more photos and a link to the listing's full gallery. But here are a couple of my favorite shots. I'm always looking to learn, so things that I did well or things that I do can improve upon are welcomed feedback.
The second shot shown here was particularly difficult light to work with, and required layering two images in PS with WB set for the bathroom and bedroom and masking so the bedroom wasn't blue and the bathroom wasn't yellow. I also had to paint a desaturation adjustment layer on the door jam separating the rooms which after blending the two layers was extremely dark & blue. And, no, I don't know why they don't have a mirror in the master bathroom yet, but it made my work easier...
The client was very pleased with the work, and said we'll be doing a lot of work together in the future. So that's great, but I still want to look at my work critically from a photography perspective and improve my results.
Very impressive for a first RE listing. Compositions are actually very good. Only critique I have is I would maybe crop more of that chair in the corner on the first image...the wide angle makes the chair look too big so a slight crop would help a lot. Also, I would try to make the white balance of the walls match more to the light. There is a lot of cold color in the first image yet all the light is warm so it looks a little off to me. (Kitchen and entry look nice but don't match)
As for the second image, I would make sure to get an exposure with the shutter a bit quicker to get some detail in the light fixture (at least enough to see the shape of it). Maybe even try to warm up the outside of the window a bit (I feel like cooler outsides always feel gloomy).
Overall well done though.
DonJuan, how much flash do you put in those?