Recently, much of my photography work has been in residential real estate photography, more specifically¬†residential real estate. Most real estate agents view this as just “pictures of the house I’m selling”. I have found, however, that this view can have quite a watering-down effect on the quality of work. Real Estate photography, whether it’s a foreclosed condo, or a $4m mansion, is all¬†architectural photography. When I started viewing each project as a creative architectural project, my work improved dramatically. I began to see that I focused more on lines and compositions, rather than just moving through the house as quickly as possible. I take advantage of the fact that my subject never moves, and I can take as much time as I need to set up my shot.

More Examples of Residential Real Estate Photography

You can see some of my recent work here.
You can also drop me a line and we can discuss your next project!

2015-08-31T21:16:00+00:00August 31st, 2015|Real Estate Photography|0 Comments

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