Compliment your property photos with great
Virtual tours are a fantastic way to advertise your property. They allow your customers to literally walkthrough your property and can help sell or rent your property at much quicker.
I use a really amazing quality VR camera to capture virtual tours and the great thing is they can be completely customised to include different way points and even company logos. Just click on the examples below to see what they look like and what they could potentially do for your business.
What property photography involves
Scheduling call or email in advance of the shoot. This works out time frames for the day and any essential shots
Photoshoots depending on location and number of rooms and complexity can take anything from 40 minutes to half a day. This will all be discussed beforehand and a price agreed
All images are supplied via Dropbox or We Transfer. Both are super simple to use
You can use the images completely free for anything you want (incl. Social Media; Facebook, Twitter etc)
Files can be provided in a number of different formats to suit your requirements
Click on the images below to see some of my most recent property photoshoots
Property Photography Newcastle. Towards the back end of 2015 I did quite a lot of work for Deliveroo in which I travelled all around the place photographing food and restaurants for them. The job had different experiences and finished fairly
Made Property Photography Biggar. A couple weeks ago I wrote about a shoot I did for Made.com. The shoot involved taking photos of their products in someone’s home rather than just a simple product on a
Made Unboxed Property Photography. I’ve written before how work can radically change as a photographer and it really is true for myself. From October to roughly December last year I did loads of work for Deliveroo photographing
A little earlier this year I was hired to photograph a number of student properties for a large online student property booking website. I won’t mention the name of the company I worked for
It has been about a month since I last updated this blog and it’s not because of a lack of work but because I’ve been working through some larger projects recently with one being this hotel shoot at Fonab Castle