So this most recent photo shoot I was on was an older home sitting on a .93 Acre lot high above the Pacific Ocean. The house itself isn't what's going to sell the property, the property is what's going to sell it!
Although I really liked the interior and had fun shooting it, the Realtor was looking for more property and scenic views than interior.
It was a challenging shoot. Why? Because we are just on the verge of Spring...here in beautiful British Columbia we are still very much soaked in rain and grey/white skies. It makes getting those blue sky, blue water money shots challenging.
The interior is very warm and rich with wood. I actually went back later in the evening to get some sunset shots and what a difference the evening sun made on the wood. Beautiful!
Luckily the homeowner had a few summer shots to add to the presentation, as well as one interior shot. I don't usually like to add other people's photos to my projects, as the quality, lighting and resolution aren't usually the same as mine, but for the purpose of selling this particular house, it was necessary.
I created a single property website for this home. Check it out at www.713geddes.com
I also produce interactive 360° virtual tours which suite some properties better than others.
I'm including one of the Realtors kitchen photos and one of mine...just in case there are still sceptics out there that can't see the value of hiring a real estate photographer. More of my work can been seen at www.lindasabiston.com or at www.firstimpressionphotos.com