The challenge of this shoot was the amount of furniture inside. When photographing a home that has a ton of furniture, I’m always tempted to zoom in and focus on the details – However most agents really don’t want that, in fact, now after going through the experience of purchasing a home from out of state I doubt most home-buyers would like that either. This isn’t an architectural shoot – it’s a real estate shoot… so I’m forced to go wide.
This home was super dark inside so I was a little concerned initially when I was setting up my camera – but I think we were able to brighten it up.
Very cute little home in Loudon. The homeowners did a great job of decluttering the house prior to the shoot – It’s amazing how big of a difference de-cluttering your home when it’s on the market makes!
This home is so similar in style to my house in Maryville. We have a very similar color scheme with beautiful dark wood floors and light gray walls with just a small tiny hint of blue. I only wish we had a more secluded backyard like this property.
Best way to photograph older homes that are not staged and need a little TLC: Go Bright! Even a little brighter then you normal would…
Hey! My first condo/townhome shoot in Knoxville! I love the brick entrance to this home – very Tennessee like… I love photographing these smaller units – quick and easy!
Shannon Valley Farms is such an awesome subdivision in North Knoxville! There pool is amazing, nice size lots and a super clean neighborhood. I love photographing homes like this. Lighter colors photograph so well and require much less work then dark painted walls.
This was one of the first places my wife and I visited when we moved here, so I thought it was pretty cool that I was hired to
take aerial photos of this business.
Love shooting real estate in Maryville and not just because I live here.