Real Estate Photography

While visiting an open house last Sunday, an idea came to me, that quite frankly I’m surprised I didn’t think of before.

Modern Living room iphone

I was visiting a very modern house on Jeff Davis St. in Austin, and while I was walking around my iPhone came out, and I just naturally began to snap photos of the place.  I’m pretty thrifty when it comes to technology, and am still using the original iPhone. The 2G model. I stood in line, outside in front of an Apple store for 4 hours to get it, and for years have lovingly taken care of it. I have it with me ALWAYS, and it is my link to YOU!

That’s when it hit me. Photos for real estate.  There are really only two things people want when they are looking for a house  Price and Pictures.  I can’t do anything about the price until I’m licensed, but I can take some incredible photos.  You don’t need to just believe me on this, you can actually check out my 6+ years of wedding photos on my portfolio site

I’ve got experience with Real Estate Photography in Austin, and can provide Realtors with pricing.

Just so you know, all the photos on this post were taken with just my first generation iPhone.  No editing, no fancy lighting, no fancy camera.  If you are a Realtor in the Austin area, I’d love to chat with you and learn your requirements for pictures.  I love to do interiors, and really REALLY love sunset shots of exteriors.

My style is clean, fresh, and natural.  I don’t like to over-process images (no HDR here), and have enough equipment for any size condo or house.

If you are interested, send me a note and I’ll get right back to you.

Bathroom iPhone Pic


Kitchen iPhone Open House

Is this a Realtor's blog?

No.  And yes.

You see right now I’m not a Realtor®. I’m only a Real Estate student.  I’ve started this blog because I know the power of SEO.  In my previous business as a wedding photographer I never paid for any form of leads or advertising.  Every one of my clients came from people searching on the internet, or Word of Mouth Marketing.

Today the game is a bit different than it was in 2006.  Sure the internet was a big part of marketing back then, and having a successful website and blog was key.  But today, it’s a bit different.  Social Networks and mobile Apps are all the rage.  There are some great real estate websites out there, and some really bad ones, too.  Overall they all look the same.  They all present the standard MLS info in the same way.  I think there is a better way.

But since I’m not licensed (yet) I really can’t do much except on-line research.  So until I’m able to practice, I’ll spend my time doing research, writing, and making new friends and contacts.  I hope you will subscribe to this blog, and take the journey with me.

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