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Quality photography is paramount for making a good first impression. Now more than ever, nearly all people looking to buy a home begin their search online. Hiring a professional photographer should be at the top of your marketing plan whether you're a real estate agent, home owner, stager, or a builder. I tailor my shooting style to my clients' needs.


$199 Home Shoot

• 25+ clean, sharp images

• 24-48 hour delivery turnaround via Dropbox or WeTransfer

• Extensive post production in Photoshop for polished photos

• High resolution files for print & other marketing materials

 

$45 twilight

• 1-2 meticulously planned exterior shots at dusk


 

What to expect during your shoot

When I arrive, I show up with my bag of tricks- camera, tripod, assorted lenses, soft box, lights, and stands. I typically shoot with a wide angle lens as it’s the most requested to show everything inside a room from one angle. Occasionally, I’ll have clients ask for tighter shots that give a room more of a magazine look. I do my best to accommodate special requests so if you've got something in mind, let me know ahead of time. 

A typical shoot for a 2,500 square foot home will take me about two hours from start to finish, inside and out. I work best when I can focus all of my attention on getting my lighting set correctly. My shooting style requires my full attention. I set my camera on the tripod and light various parts of each room. It’s important that nothing is moved in the scene so that later when I’m in my office editing, I can stack each photo together and hand-blend the best lit pieces of each shot to create the final image. A lot of work goes into each camera setup.

 

How you can ensure the home is photo-ready

  • Park vehicles in the garage or away from the front of the house

  • Remove boat trailers, RVs, and campers

  • Hide garbage and recycling bins

  • Turn on all interior lights including bedside lamps

  • Turn off all ceiling fans and televisions

  • Remove clutter including things on the refrigerator

  • Make beds and close toilet lids

  • Clean mirrors

  • Replace burned out light bulbs

  • Remove shower products

  • Remove or open hurricane shutters

  • Clean windows

  • Hide pet furniture, crates, and food dishes

  • Stow away high chairs and large children’s toys

  • Mow and edge yard

  • Delay automatic sprinklers if they are set to be on during your appointment