A recent home shoot provided plenty of opportunity for feature shots. As you might expect, larger homes frequently are richer in these types of opportunities.
When hiring a photographer, whether for a wedding, motorsport, or real estate photography for use with MLS and print brochures, watching for these kinds of images in their portfolio.
Steve’s bike, and by extension the photos I took, has proven popular this year. It was the May pin-up for the North American Ducati Calendar. I was really tickled his bike was selected. I’ll admit, having one of my images helping out wasn’t bad either.
So I’m really tickled, again for both Steve and I, to see him be interviewed by Bike-urious. Steve gave an entertaining interview you’ll enjoy reading. And, well, a couple of the photos weren’t bad either.
Commercial properties almost always have common areas accessible by their tenants. These common areas are often key points of attraction that can make or break their interest.
It really doesn’t. No matter where I go, people light up when they recognize a picture I’ve taken of their own home town.
I really enjoy sharing their experience, their memories with them, as they share a story or two.
When you think ‘photoshopped,’ remember it can often be a strong positive, not just a gimmick or come on.
As the before/after comparisons demonstrate, post-processing, or ‘photoshopping’, images can often be about simply correcting technical deficiencies in images themselves. The end goal is to present the property in a flattering manner, appealing to the potential home buyer.