Why is getting the right photograph important?
Because sometimes it can be the most important thing of all when marketing your property
Why? The importance of quality property images to the potential Home Buyer cannot be underestimated. Badly lit, poorly composed photographs can easily repel a client and undersell what may well be a very inviting and desirable property. In a competitive marketplace, every opportunity must be taken to display a property to its greatest potential. However, despite this, many homes are marketed with poor-quality photographs from ‘point and shoot’ type cameras or, worse still, mobile phones. These images are often almost impossible to view clearly in newsprint or online.
90% of home buyers use the internet to browse for homes. In tests, respondents browsing homes marketed with quality photographs guessed there value to be on average 12.9% higher than the list price – that’s nearly £32,000 more based on current UK average house prices. The same respondents were 7 times more likely to visit homes with professional photos. 52% of home buyers said they found the house they ultimately bought on the internet, that means that over half of all buyers (65,000 home buyers) are determining what house to look at based purely on internet photography.
I’m a professional photographer based in the South East of England. I specialises in property and interiors, utilising a distinct lighting style and composition to obtain his unique results.
I always takes great care to bring out the best of the design. My work is all about attention to detail, everything has to be right from the lighting, to the composition.
My mission is to make your property stand out from the crowd, and be the best they can be.
- Photo session minimum of 1 hour
- Professional cameras and lighting
- Natural light employed with fill in flash where possible
- All images professionally re-touched
- All work is guaranteed. In the unlikely event that you are not happy with anything, I’ll happily take the pictures again at no further cost.