Real Estate Photography has been a great journey for me. I have been shooting real estate now for a couple of years and it has been an incredible journey for me. The reason I got into real estate photography was to learn about business. I have always had an itch for building something, and it so happened that real estate photography fit quite well with the skill set that I had at the moment.Read More
One frustrating thing that I find with Real Estate Photography is that it's hard to show the property with normal photography that is done from the ground level. I use a wide lens a lot when I shoot real estate because I am trying to show as much of the space as possible. However, the photos suffer from perspective distortion. It can be hard to get a good idea of how big the property truly is because the images tend to look too wide. This issue can be solved with an aerial photo.Read More
During twilight everything looks better. The light has warm golden tones, soft shadows, and the sky is saturated with color. Photographers call this time the "golden hour" because it's a short window of time that can make everything look beautiful, especially a home…Read More
Last week I got the chance to take photos of this beautiful home in Spokane Valley. With the amount of homes I get to take photos off, I rarely see professional staging utilized so well. The staging made this home feel very comfortable and I honestly think the seller of this home received a premium offer price.
I truly believe good photography and great staging help sell real estate faster and for a higher price. Do you think this is true? Feel free to comment and enjoy the photos!Read More
I got to take photos of this beautiful custom home built in the Geiger Heights neighborhood in Spokane, WA. There are some pretty amazing homes in Spokane, WA. Also, I can't wait for the weather to warm up already! Enjoy the photos!Read More