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Our real estate photography service is designed to be used wherever amateur smartphone style photography is not suitable. We offer a professional magazine-style photography that will describe your property in the best possible way. The service we provide is definitely best crafted for  real estate professionals such are realtors and brokers, real estate agencies, hotels, developers, architects, interior designers, contractors and many more. Every space for rent or for sale needs professional real estate photography. Using professional real estate photography service is standard practice. People expect to see the best images possible by making the space look its best, using high-quality equipment and top of the line editing. 

We offer residential real estate photography, magazine-style imagery for residential properties, and real estate photo tours that surge the interest of potential buyers or renters. Stand out amongst your competitors with our affordable photography service for your real estate property.


When it comes to real estate, you can’t get by with amateur photography. To make your listing stand out from the competitors, it should be shown in the best possible way. To do this, you need professional art photography and magazine-class retouching.

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It’s relatively easy to capture real estate videos, but it’s much harder to make them look professional and earnestly. You have to light up your scenes properly, edit the raw footage, make color corrections and add some motion graphics, incorporate music or a voice-over. It’s a skillset that requires years of study and practice. But all of those touches are important – they create an engaging experience that keeps your prospects focused on your real estate video from start to finish. Pay a professional to get that “wow” effect, and you’ll have a better chance to impress your customers and sell the property quickly, perhaps even at a higher price.

There is generally a noticeable difference between professional real estate video and amateur smartphone-style video. As a result, professionally produced property videos get more attention and make a deeper impression. That means professionally produced listing videos help you compete with a strongest competitors. Well, if you’re the first in your local market to use them, congratulations! Let them all compete with you! But if other agents in your local market are already using professional videography for real estate listings, then you need to do the same to stay relevant.


Photography is critical. For most potential home buyers, quality photographs are the first thing they see when looking for a new property. Great photos of your home are the key to selling your home quickly.

No matter how wonderful the photos taken with your smartphone may seem to you, they are not suitable for your property listing. Smartphone manufacturers brag about their cameras performance, but they never would tell you the true. There are no “wonderful” cameras that can shoot in low light. The smartphone cameras are optimized for simple portrait and food shooting in natural light. The smartphone processor adjusts the optimal parameters for a universal result, but when it comes to real estate photography, you won’t be satisfied with the universal result. That’s where those awful grainy shots come from, with awful yellow lighting. Some modern smartphones allow you to shoot in pseudo-manual mode, but don’t be fooled about that. The smartphone camera has no manual settings. You cannot adjust white balance, shutter speed, aperture and ISO – critical parameters for a good and professional shot. All that your smartphone camera can do is make an illusion of manual settings. This is achieved by the phone’s processor, but not by the lens and shutter settings.


Are you surprised that a good professional high-aperture lens costs much more than the most fashionable smartphone? Does it surprise you that professional cameras always have a large sensor to record as much visual information as possible, and manufacturers are not at all worried about the size of the camera itself? The tiny matrix of a smartphone camera is not able to receive the required amount of light and transmit the required amount of color information.


Automatic white balance

 These words mean little to a novice, but every professional photographer knows that any photography starts with adjusting the white balance. The white balance allows the sky to be blue instead of yellow, and all the colors in the photo appear real. When photographing a real estate object, it is extremely important to ensure equal illumination of all areas of the frame. And even more importantly, to maintain same white balance in different pictures of a same property. You never will be able to follow this rule if you use your smartphone for real estate photography.

Low light performance & high grain

Every camera, be it a smartphone camera or a professional one, copes low light by increasing the matrix sensitivity. In simple words this means combining multiple pixels into one with inevitable loss of image quality. Professional cameras due to higher resolution and higher lens aperture allow increasing ISO without any visible loss of image quality (although there are still losses). A tiny smartphone camera is devoid of such an opportunity. In low light conditions, the image from a smartphone can not remain sharp and clear.

Inability to fully use the tripod

 A tripod allows you to use any shutter speed to get enough light without increasing ISO. This means your camera must remain still to avoid blurring the frame when you expose the frame for a few seconds. This is only possible when using reliable and stable tripods that are not designed to hold a smartphone. Compact smartphone tripods fail to provide the required level of stabilization when shooting with long exposures. That is why smartphone cameras do not allow shutter speed manual control.

Narrow dynamic range

The camera dynamic range makes itself felt when shooting in low-light conditions (such as indoor real estate photography with no professional lighting). Halftones are “averaged” and a large amount of necessary visual information is lost. In simple terms, the dark areas of the image become black and the highlights become white. Smartphone cameras always have an extremely limited dynamic range, so they are not suitable for real estate photography.


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