Tag: Photography

Digital Landscaping

Emotionally charged buyers make faster decisions to buy and are often willing to pay more. Digital Landscaping: Curb Appeal when its not quite there. Lawn Envy is a very real thing with home owners, and if your listing has a lawn that isn’t quite up to it’s flattering potential, we can help you present your listing with the visual representation of what it would look like with a perfect lawn or clean driveways and sidewalks. Driveways: we canContinue reading

Real Estate Photography

The 4 flavors of Real Estate Photography Flavor #1: Amateur Photos. Typically NOT processed with NO industry standard corrections or adjustments  (white balance, roll & verticals).  These photos are snapshots at best and are fine if you don’t care about your commission, perceived brand value, or potential referrals. Most agents and FSBO’s use this type of photography.  We DO NOT offer this flavor of Real Estate Photography. Flavor #2: Budget Photos . Single-Shot photos that areContinue reading

3D Virtual Tours

Imagine hosting a 24/7 Open House to a Global Market. ORDER | Benefits | Floor Plans | Virtual Reality Visit our Secure Ordering Page to place an order for a listing You will have to login or create an account. When ordering a 3D Virtual Tour, you will see categories for Standard and Premium tours.  Please select the appropriate tour size and don’t forget to select the amount of images you would like for yourContinue reading

Virtual Staging

Emotionally charged buyers make faster decisions to buy and are often willing to pay more. VIRTUAL STAGING for Still-Images Having a home staged can cost anywhere from $400 up to $3000 depending on the space and level of staging.   Once your photos are processed, select the images you want Virtually Staged Select the Preferred Staging Style for your images. The Virtually Staged images typically take about 24 to 48 hours to complete. Our virtual stagingContinue reading

Staging for Photos

Not the same as Staging for Showings. . . Real Estate Photos need to both look great and make sense to the average person.  Most people do not know what 1,000 Square Feet looks like, but most people can understand how big a room with a twin bed is – and that’s because we know the objects and not their sizes.  It’s because of this, that staging a space for maximum Visible Square Footage (VSQFT)Continue reading

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