In my opinion, professional real estate photography services are an absolute must for builders, Realtors, home owners, developers and commercial real estate brokers in Oklahoma City, Edmond and surrounding metro areas. Why? Simply because you want your properties to look their best.
Great homes should look like great homes. For builders, your homes are an extension of you and real estate photography should capture the essence of the style of work you do, your attention to detail and quality of your homes.
Home owners, Realtors, builders and developers selling properties should represent their homes as best as possible with day and evening elevation shots, interior photos and unique angles.
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The grand gable on this Edmond home produced a captivating twilight and the overall aesthetics integrated perfectly with the gorgeous landscaping. A few drone aerials really help viewers take in the scope and beauty of the property.
The golden hour is the time to catch some beautiful colors in the sky. Timing the photo shoot so the twilight images are the last elements to shoot is important to plan beforehand. This Oklahoma City listing worked out beautifully!
The morning sun in Deer Creek gave kitchen-dining area and living room a bright and inviting feeling.
This luxury home on an acreage in Guthrie had an amazing upstairs bonus room. The lodge-like feel of this space was practically a home within a home!
Here’s a flash painted twilight shot of the Choctaw acreage that follows. Everything about this property came together beautifully.
I just wrapped up a voiced narration of aerial photography over an incredible acreage in Choctaw. The owners wanted drone video to show all the amazing features this property offers and we had fun doing it!
And here’s a few stills of this beautiful home.
I encourage you to use flash photography. I shoot with off camera flash for superior results over HDR. Buyers love real looking images and flash produces sharp, vibrant and true-to-life photos.
Here’s another Oak Tree beauty on the market. This is a combination of drone, still pictures and video work.
Drone work doesn’t always have to be video. Still photos can really enhance the presentation so viewers have some perspective. Drone images taken of this real estate listing in Oak Tree demonstrate the size of the house, the layout of the front and back yard and how the home sits in the neighborhood.
High Definition drone and interior videos take real estate listings to another visual level. Drone video can give large properties or properties on an acreage an informative perspective for the buyer that they just cannot get from ground level photos or Google Eearth. This HD video was shot on a large 1.5 acre lot in Edmond. Beautiful acreage and awesome views!
When shopping for a real estate photographer ask if they shoot FLASH or HDR. I shoot with flash for all of my real estate photography. Buyers know the difference because after viewing HDR pictures they often complain the house looks nothing in person like it does in pictures. I stopped shooting HDR due to poor color accuracy (lots of over-saturation), poor window appearances (hard to accurately see through windows), hard light glare on floors, countertops and tile. The ceiling and table lights constantly over-exposed, the lights put off orange and yellow color cast all over the image….the list goes on and on.
The difference? Flash photography on the other hand produces natural and rich color accuracy, softer shadows, good window look-throughs, reduced glare and helps tame over-exposed lights. If you sell real estate – satisfy your buyers with images that help the home look as good in person as it does in pictures.
When you’ve got to show good views through windows, nothing beats flash. This Edmond acreage had incredible views across the back in the main rooms. What a selling feature!
Flash photography will help vacant homes look their best (with a bit of staging help). Notice the rich colors, lack of over-exposed glare on the floors and lights that are not over-exposed.
Staging homes for sale can be a critical piece to selling properties. When the house is already furnished, the staging process is often easier than staging an empty home. Here is one of my favorite shoots of an empty home that received some awesome staging work by an OKC company.
I love shooting homes in Quail Creek. Vintage designs and unique architecture seem to be a thing of the past. These images are from a listing by Susan DeCordova at Churchill Brown. The view of the sunken dining and living rooms is fantastic. The kitchen has incredible backsplash throughout.
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