Apartment and Home Photographer
This is perhaps the most misleading sort of photography there is. While it seems easy, like anyone could stand in the corner of a room, whip out an iPhone and proceed to post the pictures on (whatever platform realtors say is in right now) and sell a home, it's not. There's a reason homes sit on the market for months and months even when they are beautiful inside and out. No one want's to take time out of their busy day to go and see a home or apartment with mediocre pictures online. Anyone in Boston who is buying something thinks like this:
Quality Pictures = They care.
Slapdash Pictures = they probably didn't really care when took these, the home ( or anything) probably wasn't well cared for either.
Admit it, you do this too when buying anything.
Any good real estate photographer knows the each every shot should connect to the last, so the consumer can picture the ;layout and begin to imagine their lives there. It should show the optimal space through careful angles, the unique layout and the enticing qualities and features of said space. This isn't' the circumstance for non- detailed and narrow style. This is calling for attention to detail and wide shots throughout. What are you waiting for? Call us now and start dominating Boston!
As seen in the picture above of some apartments in Downtown Boston, this is an example of what you don't want. The clarity may be there and even the angle as well. But admit it, something about this picture just makes it uninviting and you wouldn't want to live there. As the expert real-estate photographers, we see it like a sore thumb. The sky and the trees ruin this picture. It looks cold and eerie, not exactly some where you get excited about moving into. Had the sky been a bright blue and the trees full of life or even a glowing gold and red, this picture would be beautiful and spark joyful emotions, making it welcoming to move into.
We all understand, professional photographer or not, that taking photos is a time consuming process. Touching up the photos can take just as long if not longer than the actual photo session! But we are under your control and promise a 48 hour or less return time! As we stated before, every room has a feature that naturally draws our attention. Wether it's the clarity from a sky- light or the beautiful glossy wooden floors. We can't wait to get the best photographs of your listing!
We know we mentioned that a good real estate photographer should strive for clear weather, but who can deny that snow isn't beautiful as well?And in Boston, we have a lot of it!
The camera gear? The ever famous tripod is essential. No shaking can be allowed in this setting. The people we typically work are those who rule out any area for mistakes. They range from genius architects, property agents, and even decorating specialists. There is no acceptance for shaking in photos and flawing a detail. Next, we require ourselves to use a wide-angle lens for capturing the most space in the little frame. This helps translate the thought of "The best amount of space for the least amount of money, aka; the best deal."