We live in the Pacific Northwest. It’s a great place to be, but the weather doesn’t always cooperate for real estate photography. No blue sky? No problem! We can can swap a gray sky for the blue one and add a bit of sunshine magic to the rest of the photo.
Sometimes real estate agents wonder why they don’t own the photos they hire me to take. “There wouldn’t be any photos if I didn’t hire you, no?” As a real estate photographer, I periodically get questions from brokers about image copyright, image rights and licensing. It can be a confusing subject – who owns
I get asked if I do real estate HD photography. No! Because there is no such thing. “HD” – or high definition – refers only to video (and yes, I do shoot 4K high-definition video). Most modern cameras can take photos with plenty of resolution to display on high-definition monitors and for printing. Even good phone
As a real estate agent, you found the photographer you like – he takes great photos, shows up on time and sends you the edited photos within a day or two. You’re excited to give him a try for your next listing. What do you do next? That’s right – review and sign a photography agreement. As a
Did you know that in the early 20th Century America, pink was generally associated with boys and blue with girls? It wasn’t until the 1940s when the reverse color scheme was accepted. According to Wikipedia, “an article in the trade publication Earnshaw’s Infants’ Department in June 1918 said, ‘The generally accepted rule is pink for
I am excited to introduce a new photography service for real estate professionals in the South Puget Sound, Washington area. Elevated Pole Photography allows for a 15-foot high view of a listing shot from a professional-quality camera and lens. Unlike drone photography, which is usually shot from a poor-quality GoPro camera, I put my DSLR camera on a
The Blackwell Mansion that I photographed for its new owner is now officially on the Register of Historic Places. Located at 401 Broadway in Tacoma, Washington, the mansion was built in 1890 by William Blackwell, an early Tacoma entrepreneur, who rode the first train to Tacoma to bring furniture for his then-unfinished Tacoma Hotel. Here’s a