First Impressions Count.
With all the possible ways to view properties readily available to the public,
WHY wouldn’t you want YOUR property to look its VERY BEST?
Professional photos used in marketing property generate more traffic.
Let’s face it, properties don’t sell without showings.
“Officially, my job is to take marketing pictures of properties. But really, I influence viewers to contact my client through beautifully crafted photographs. Basically, it’s all about emotionally connecting people to a house so that they want to make it their home.”
My study of property photography started after realizing how much it can drive purchase decisions. While shopping for a home as a buyer, I found extreme variation in the quality of photography for each listing. I know that it was a factor in the decision-making on which property to go look at as well as shaping my impression of the listing agent representing the property. In the end, this lead to great appreciation of a well photographed property. I hope to convince all marketers of property that incorporating great photos are the best way to market one of the most expensive decisions made today.
My attraction to this field of work is due to my appreciation of all different kinds of architecture, craftsmanship, decorating and finishes. Every place has a personality and I try to bring it out in my photos. I take the time to decide how much of the space to capture in a photograph and then find the right angles, heights and lighting to make it look its very best. I do this through use of a wide angle lens and small flashes strategically placed throughout the space for natural looking lighting. By doing this, I can create photos that show off that wonderful view along with a bright interior. Every photo is viewed by me personally to ensure that they will be straight, color corrected, and avoid harsh shadows/reflections. In addition, further editing can be done to eliminate temporary signage, add fire to fireplaces or fire pits, screen valuable items such as artwork, and visuals added to televisions. The results are light, spacious-feeling photographs. Property photography is all I do and I work to do it well!
When I’m not out engaged with this business, I enjoy spending time with my amazing husband, two brilliant children, and our silly dog.