Had the opportunity to do a pregnancy photo shoot and portrait session with 2 sisters. They are very beautiful ladies and live out on a farm complete with a bonfire, hay bales, and horse barn. Such a cool place to do a shoot. It was getting late int he evening and our light was running thin but we managed to capture the moment. It was tons of fun, and the ladies were great. Here are a few highlights of the shoot.
Here are a few shots from our recent photo walk at Riverwalk trail in Rock Hill with our two Australian Shepherds. Yes I know Luci is a bit overweight and we are trying to get her a little healthier by taking her on more walks and cutting back on her treats. (what can I say she is a good girl!) However exercise is not quite her favorite thing to do. She got a little winded fairly quick and decided to take a break on her own midway through the walk.
We decided to not overdo her and turned back. But her blue eyes still shined bright and we got a some great shots of her (tongue hanging out though)
Mollie did a bit better on the walk and even though she hates baths and will not dare get in a swimming pool she decided the water in the Catawba River was the perfect place to take a break and enjoy the view.
Even taking a drink to get refreshed.
What makes a bad photo? Well just look at most of the MLS listings. What do you see? Bad photos. Commercial companies that sell online know that a photo is all they have to sell that product. But why is it different in Real Estate for many realtors? To me it doesn’t make sense. Browsing through he MLS this week the first house I clicked on had pictures that look like this. Oh and this is a $200,000 house.
In the first picture you see weeds growing up through the bricks, some old planters stacked up and the chair placed on top of the patio table. In the second picture you see an overexposed photo of a bedroom. The photo is not wide enough to get a feel for how large the room is, and not to mention can the owner not make the bed before the photos are taken? Just for fun I had a few pictures taken with a camera phone and one with a better camera and processed through digital processing software to show how you can do a much better job of presenting a room for sale. In the first picture you can see how warm and inviting the room and colors are whereas the other picture is washed out with little color and warmth. Which picture would you want in your listing to sell your house? So if you want to represent your clients in the best way possible give me a call. The small amount of money you will spend on a good photographer that understands staging, lighting. techniques, and digital processing can help you sell your home when you are away and those clients are viewing them on the web.
Call Wes at Peachtree Photo/Video at 803-517-6639 and let me help you get that property sold.
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