Great Photos Matter

The difference isn’t just artsy or technical, and it’s a difference that really matters. Here’s what’s in it for you:

Nearly all buyers begin their search online. In today’s market, they have lots of options. Their biggest challenge: deciding on a short list of homes they feel are worth seeing in person. Great photos increase the odds that your home will make the cut. In the old days, everyone talked about “curb appeal.” Online, great photos are the modern equivalent. Other than price, it’s the #1 thing we can do to help your home get noticed.

True professional-level real estate and architectural photography requires specialized gear and techniques. It also demands a totally different skill set from that of a local photographer who’s great at weddings and senior portraits. And of course, there’s way more to all this than just whipping out your credit card and dropping several thousand on new cameras and lenses.

Photographers have a saying: “Some guy buys a professional camera and thinks he’s a professional photographer. Same guy buys a flute, he knows he’s just a guy who owns a flute.” Fortunately, I have my own in-house real estate photographer—my husband, photographer and author Al Cambronne. You can visit his website at http://www.alcambronnephoto.com. While you’re there, be sure to check out the photos at his gallery pages.

Al will use his skills as a real estate and architectural photographer to make your home or cabin look its best. The difference isn’t just artsy or technical, and it’s a difference that really matters.

Check out my listings; you’ll see even more examples of the professional photography that will help your property stand out from the crowd.

We’re also providing stunning aerial photos and video. In 2017, Al passed his Part 107 test, and he’s now an FAA-certified Remote Pilot who can legally fly small Unmanned Aerial Systems (UASs) for commercial purposes.

Although aerial photos and video still have novelty value, it’s no longer enough to send up a drone and press a button. This is a job for a skilled real estate photographer who uses a camera that happens to be mounted on a flying tripod. Just as with terrestrial photography, there’s more to this than just buying a camera and clicking a button. That’s why we’re willing to fly the extra mile for our clients.

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