I talked to a producer today from ABC News that is working on a piece ABC is producing on the subject of photos that misrepresent properties. She was looking for examples of cases where marketing photos misrepresented properties to buyers. This well documented case in Melbourne about a year ago that I posted on was the only one that I could come up with.
Update 6/20: Aric in the comments below points out another post on photo deception that I did recently that I'd forgot about.
We discussed that:
My assessment is that photo misrepresentation was not a significant issue in real estate photography and that a more interesting story would the misrepresentation that goes on the covers of woman's magazines. But she says they've already done that!
What do you think? Is real estate photography misrepresentation an issue? She will be reading this, tell her what you think and give her examples.