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Tag: <span>Real Estate Photography</span>

Tag: Real Estate Photography

Cleaning Homes Before Shoot?

Had to smile today when encountering this Wall Street Journal article, Real-Estate Agents Clean House. The journalist asks a couple real estate agents about their experiences. I smile, because I’ve seen these situations. In 7 years’ shooting commercially, there have been instances–fortunately rare–where a property simply wasn’t ready. In most …

What is a REAL Camera?

Need a real camera? Well, what does that mean? Two people are talking, an author and a photographer. The Author says to the Photographer, “I’ve seen your work. You must have a great camera.” The Photographer responds, “I’ve read your books. You must have a great typewriter.” Odds are, something like …

Post-Election Real Estate Bang!

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 …

Spring, Rain, and RE Photography

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.

Is Pro RE Photography ‘Really’ Important?

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.

What Get’s Shot & Why

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.