Luxury real estate photography is different than other RE photography in several ways but primarily one. Size. To be sure, luxury homes feature more beauty, elegance and high-end features than traditional real estate. But its the size of the home that makes a difference. O’Life Photography uses off-camera flash to produce superior imagery than other methods and there are unique challenges to shooting large spaces with flash.
Lighting large spaces with voluminous features requires skill. And it always requires time consuming attention to detail. The results however are well worth it. O’Life’s luxury real estate photography – for those with discerning taste who need the utmost quality!
Nichols Hills Luxury Home market is a rich mix of historic, contemporary, ranch-style, old world and traditional real estate. This luxury listing by Darian Woolbright of KW Elite is a well integrated mix of ranch-style and old world features.
Gallardia in Oklahoma City features some of the finest luxury homes in the state. Dave Goodman designed and built this home with inspirations of Frank Lloyd Wright in mind. It made for another grand feature in Luxiere magazine.
Here’s a luxury shoot of a truly unique home in Edmond’s Forest Creek development. I shot this for Luxiere magazine in OKC and loved the flexibility that magazine photography allows. This twilight shoot was fun and required two evenings to shoot – one for the outside and the other for the inside.
Rose Creek in Edmond has its share of luxury homes. The property below is a custom home builder’s personal residence. It took 4 hours to shoot and I delivered 47 images. Here’s a few of my favorites.