Real Estate, Architecture & Interiors
PROFESSIONAL QUALITY IMAGES WILL HELP YOU TO SELL OR RENT YOUR ASSET QUICKER
Photos are the first thing potential buyers look at when searching for a new home. With nearly 95% of real estate starting online, high-quality photos are more important than ever.
You are a property owner and you want to sell or rent it.
Your are a Real Estate Agency and your are looking for professional quality photographies for a new entry in your assets portfolio.
You are an Architect or an Interior Designer and need some shots of your work for your portfolio.
Make your asset more attractive and sell or rent quicker with professional quality photographies.
I’d love to hear from you about your project.
Let’s have a chat to see if we are a good fit to work together.
Here are some reasons why should you work with a professional photographer
MORE DETAIL IN HIGHLIGHTS
Skies and pools often lose color and detail without professional equipment. I ensure that they keep their rich natural color.
MORE DETAIL IN SHADOWS
Many details or features get lost in dark shadows. That’s not a problem with Home Snappers. We want your buyers to feel easy viewing the photos, not straining their eyes.
Accurate colors are very important. All my photoraphies have consistent color throughout the entire image to give the buyer a real sense of the home.
WIDE BUT NOT FISHEYE
I use a wide angle lens to enable myself to go ultra wide but end up with zero distortion or fisheye look, keeping the walls straight, not bending or leaning.
NO MORE FLARE
When the sun is in a shot camera lenses get lots of colorful circles called ‘sun flare’. A professional photographer will use the right editing tool to remove all of the sun flare from photos.
NO PURE WHITE WINDOWS
Buyers want to know what is outside of a window. Is it the yard, the pool, a big fence? I make sure to keep detail in the windows while maintaining a natural feel.
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