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.
Residential Real Estate Photography