By far one of my favorite interior photography projects, Paddlers Cove featured a lovely design by Natalie Tyler of Tyler Interiors. This home is located down in South Carolina, so it was a bit of drive, but it was worth every mile. I actually came across this project with the help of another photographer. At […]
Nestled just outside of the community of Lewisville, NC is a quiet little development featuring high end homes. When Michelle from Karl Stimpson Builders asked me to photograph their latest project, I knew I would not be disappointed. This is the second home I’ve photographed for them. While the home was empty, the homeowners having […]
Architecture and Real Estate photography can be very picky when it comes to angles and views. It’s not just that there are tons of settings and details to get right (there are but not that’s not the point) it’s that the slightest adjustment to camera position can make such a huge difference when it comes […]
I heard a really great quote recently, and you’ll have to forgive me because I cannot remember who said it. But it was instructions on how to use your cell phone to take pictures of a Real Estate Listing. Are ready for this? Step 1: Pick up your phone Step 2: Call your local Real […]
From a Real Estate Photographer’s perspective, read 3 reasons sellers should leave the home while taking pictures of a listing.
In a previous post, I shared with you 3 easy tips for prepping a home for photography. There was some really great content there that was simple and actionable. If you haven’t seen it yet, go read it because in this post builds on top of it. I want to dive a little deeper into […]
Have you ever been in a home that looks completely deserted? How about one that feels cold & dreary? Or worse, a home that is sooo “lived in” you have to step around the homeowners “valuable goods”. Of course you have, it’s your job! We’ve all had that feeling of panic when walking into a […]
5 camera settings for real estate agents who photography their own listings.