One of the main reasons why I still do real estate photography in Miami,
even its hour and a half drive to shot,
are houses or apartments like this house.
Clean lines just touch of color as accent. All crisp and shiny 🙂 But this time house was located in one of the West palm beahc subburbs.
It was everithing i would do at my house. They even had the same finish chairs as i’m refinishing now.
Yes, my taste is more urban the subburban:) and this house was plesant surpirse for me.
Never judge house from the front!
Only thing I wish realtor would order areal pictures for this property..it was located on big lot on golf couse it would look great from birds eye view.
Renovated adorable 4 bedroom 2 bath home in the heart of Tequesta Country Club. Split floor plan nestled around the oversized pool and patio with pocket sliders to the patio for easy access. Updated eat in kitchen with a view of the river. Authentic wood burning fireplace in the Living Room with a tray ceiling for added ambiance. Boat storage available on the side of the home with easy access. This home sits on a very high, plush and lighted landscaped lot. Very short walk from your front door to the park and boat ramp.
Areal photography for real estate sellers
If you like to see how I look…there you go …..that little bug on cul de sac is me:)
while I was photographing house for sale in Smith farms neighborhood in Lake Worth Florida.
Would you like your house to be photographed from birds eye view?
Call me and see what we can do 🙂
I’m no sure you guys do not know but i’m upsest with Rachel Zoe.
Even with her ridiculiness to overdress her kids in designer outfits. But my theory is – if you can afford it why not.
She has one of the characteristics what I value most in people – She works hard.
But why i’m posting about Rachel Zoe here in real estate photography blog?
I stumbled upon her article in Architectural Digest about how to make your place stylish.
And as a realtors you know…sometimes it is hard to sell property if decor is outdated and old school.
You don’t have to redecorate whole house but just couple simple tweeks would help.
I have seen comparison ton the properties I have photographed. I did have two real estate shots in the same neighborhood, on the same street. I did good job on both of them…one was sold ~45 days earlier. Only one difference was in decor. Actulally house what was sold later had better backyard view.
The house what was sold later was full wich chackies and old furniture. Sellers not have to go and shop for new furniture just get new bedspread box away your grandmas figurines and old silk plants etc etc…but I will talk about it in my next posts. And maybe an inteview with a stager company.
Just simple excerpts from her article –
Know When to Outsource “People always assume interior design is something I’m really good at, or obsessed with, and I am in some ways. But for me, having a designer to help make the vision come to life is a necessity. I think having someone to execute and create and bring what they think will work is so helpful. Literally, this is everything I wanted. And I couldn’t have done this on my own, no way.”
Remember, Less Is More “I wanted to create a really airy, dreamlike environment—that’s how I’ve always approached any place I’m going to spend time, whether it’s my home, my office, or now this pop-up shop. I never want to feel cluttered. I never want to feel cramped. I like less furniture—but furniture with an impact.”
And again why i’m talking about it here? I would love to help you to sell properties faster. My pictures help, but to be prepared for 100% success, property has to be prepared for shoot as well. I have agents who has prephotoshoot consultations with seller and gives recomendations how to rearrange existing furniture what decorations take away or what to add before real estate photography takes place.
Based on my experience I will be posting series of articles for agents – how to stage and prepare house for photoshoot.
Please come back to check it out. But meanwhile enjoy what Rachel Zoe has to say on this topic.
And just one sample of perfectly prepered house for photoshoot and im sure it will sell fast.
How is spent this superbowl sunday ?
Not watching Coldplay or Bruno Mars or who ever else performed this year – did spend this sunday photographing great property at Woodfield country club for one of my agents at Luxury Partners Realty. Are you surprised?
You know prefer socker over america football 🙂 and I can not stand Bruno Marss
but enough about football let the pictures talk.
Today i reveiceved badge from Houzz.com
Thank you! It was my pleasure to work with houzz designers in 2015
Hope 2016 will be even more succesfull and busy for all of us.
My year 2015 review as real estate photographer in Florida
Last year in real estate photography was chalanging and with lot of changes for me.
A lot of great houses photographed and amaising new clients met.
will post my fav houses and rooms photographed this year.
My favorite real estate virtual tour of 2015 is – waterfront house on Flagler
It was chalenging to photograph but it was so tastfully done and designed and had great joy to photograph it.
My next blogging project for real estate agents in florida is called
“agents vs real estate photographer”
where i will publish the same real estate photographed by agents or owners and then by me .
Why ? to show you why you need to hire professional real estate photographer.
Then next would be story about wich homeowners are ready to sell and will sell house succesfully and how you can tell from real estate photography point of view.
Palm Beach Real estate shoot :: 3440 S Ocean, Palm Beach, FL
West Palm Beach Real estate photographer
:: twilight shot ::
Do you want your property stand out?
May be you can ad twilight frontal or pool photography to your package ?
This is not my favorite twilight shot but this is one I remembered to take before shot to show you difference in look.
And you can see BIG difference in look
I usually try to schedule it right after interior shot but start setting everything up at least 45 minutes before sunset.
It takes at least 20 up to 150 (depends on size of the house) combined shots to properly light house and get the “sky in fire” look.
Of course it all depends what side your house is facing, but sometimes you can get great sunset reflections or pool shots if house is facing west.
Call me if you have any questions how to schedule and prepare for twilight shot !
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