Risking spiders and more to get real estate photo

This one was a real challenge. I mean a real challenge. The lighting outside was against me. I was going to have to shoot 7.3m in the air against the sun. Why? The only other way to get a semi-aerial shot was to take a picture of a lot of trees.

This was a very private property with palms and hedges at the front almost to the front of the house. Well, close enough to almost need fish-eye!

But, once again, we undertook this challenge and manage to get the shots. It may have taken some creativity and the facade shot took some climbing and scrambling amongst the hedges, but yay! I did not scream once when I saw that spider. Now the buyers can really see what the house looks like.

This is the difference between a run of the mill real estate photographer and one that does it as a business – and my business is to help you sell.

Contact Beck from BullsNest Real Estate Photography for fabulous photos to help you sell your home!

 

  • CLIENT Raimo Lavia - Raine & Horne Burpengary
  • YEAR June 2016
  • WE DID Real Estate Photography
  • CATEGORY
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