Ask yourself: What’s the one thing I can do to dramatically improve my home’s marketability?
January through February, Commercial real estate activity picks up. You’re selling a multi-million dollar asset. Make sure your images are up to the task.
The last few months leading into the US’ presidential election definitely saw a slowdown in real estate photography, at least here in the Midwest. There is always a normal pre-holiday slowdown. Few people want to be moving on Christmas Day, after all. However major elections also cause people (individuals and businesses …
I really enjoy shooting RE (real estate) photography. At times it can be down right fun. In this case, a single mother wasn’t ready for me when I showed up. Her daughter was a real dynamo and, for some reason, enjoyed following me around from the moment I arrived. So, …
When clients call looking to schedule real estate photography, a primary concern is: rain.
Torben Photography is keenly interested in your satisfaction with the products and services delivered. The goal is to minimize scheduling hassles and deliver quality. While Torben Photography does have a 24 hr cancellation policy, it can almost always be avoided.
Earlier this month I was asked to bid on a commercial shoot. The broker was preparing to list a drugstore with a nearly $4,000,000 asking price. To help me appreciate the type of work they were looking for, they sent me a prospectus for a similar sale they had done.
As part of my bid-response, I edited the image to demonstrate what was possible—even with just a screen capture.
Here are ideas for helping sell your home in Early Spring…a season all to itself. If you’re looking to sell your home and cannot wait for flower to bloom, trees buds to burst, and grass to turn green, here are some basics to tackle.
Gorgeous weather outside, me stuck inside, time for a dash of humor.
When shooting real estate photography there are almost always things that need to be addressed after-the-fact. Here’s my Top 10 list of them…
Many Real Estate Photography clients focus on quantity of pictures. Regardless the total number of pictures requested, there needs to be a rhyme or reason behind what shots are selected and why.
No matter your image count, you have a finite number of images to use fo maximum impact. 20 may be MLS-stuffing for a condo. But way-too-few for that 8K mansion.
A common question: How many pictures do I need? As a real estate photographer I can say there is no pat answer.
In this piece I use my experience as a real estate photographer to help you decide. What is it -you- want to achieve? After the article, you may find your goals for the photography aren’t what they were when you started reading.