is in the top three forms of photography I enjoy doing most. Especially on Great Barrier Island. I have the opportunity to going into beautiful homes with the aim of making photos that do the property justice. While I haven’t photographed homes on the market for sale yet, I have done plenty that are available for rent. I believe, there is also a market on the Barrier to produce high quality, aesthetic photos of holiday properties. Properties that are neither for sale nor rent. The rationale being that the owners hang a photo of their holiday property in their workspace or their residence. Hence, enjoying their home away from home, memories and anticipations on a more frequent basis.
Professional Services vs. Smart-Phone
High quality camera hardware and automatic post-processing (editing) procedures are becoming ever-more affordable and powerful. Hence, photography has been rendered inflationary. Whether in journalism or the real estate market, often photos are used that are poor in overall quality. Yes, thanks to advancements in technology, we can all be photographers. However, we can also all be writers when we have a pen and paper… Don’t use poor architectural (exterior, interior) photos made with a smart-phone to promote your business. The investment you make to hire a professional will be negligible to the increase in business such photos will generate.
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The Awana House
Today, I like to share my photos of an exceptional property on a cliff top in Awana. Use this link to enquire about the “Awana House”. They are the result of two shoots. Visiting a property more than once gives me the opportunity to shoot it in different lighting conditions, and to concentrate more on details. Furthermore, having the house manager on site was very helpful. Tables were set, flowers cut, fires lighted etc. It was a pleasure doing these shoots, also because I could entirely focus on making the photos.