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Property Photography - guest houses

 

This was a gorgeous house I photographed the other day for local York estate agents Peter Moody and Co. Situated down a lovely tree lined avenue in York, it is a large house and great to photograph. I especially love the spacious entrance hall and landing.

When photographing property I make sure I get as many wide angle shots of each room as possible. I also like to capture the nice details of each property. All images are fully edited afterwards, with blue skies added if necessary. Not in this case, it was a lovely sunny day! I like to shoot through open doorways as I think it shows the layout of the house well.

As part of my work as a property photographer in York, I also provide detailed floor plans with measurements. And since the first lockdown I have taught myself how to produce 360 tours of properties. I find these ae so helpful in these days of Covid restrictions as it really enables potential buyers to virtually walk through the property before making an actual visit. Of course, they still need to go and see the place in person if they are interested after that, but I think the 360 tours really help people get a feel for a place, so hopefully only genuinely interested parties will go for a viewing in person. 

I am lucky to be a property photographer in York as there such nice places in the area! 

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Property Photography - guest houses

This was a fab shoot! A gorgeous holiday let, opening soon, situated in the centre of York.

 

It is marketed by the fab YorGuestLtd. who are a pleasure to work with, "Corner Lodge", Bishophill. The attention to detail is amazing, beautiful artwork and a lovely place to photograph. As always, I get overall shots of each room from as many different angle as possible, but I also like to capture the details of each property. I offer photography, floor plans, or 360 tours, of holiday lets, or private homes for sale or long term lets.

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Property Photography - guest houses

During these times of restrictions, although I miss doing wedding and portrait photography as much as I used to, I am so lucky that the property market has remained largely open. This has enabled me to continue working, which I am so grateful for. Property photography is so important when selling or letting a property, either with estate agents or for holiday rental. I capture each room from as many angles as I can, and I also love to capture the details of each property to show their uniqueness. I like to capture images from different angles and use reflections where possible, to make each property stand out through it's photography. Over the last few months I have developed the property photography side of my business and I am now producing amazing 360 tours so the viewer can virtually walk round each place and get a real feel for it. Floorplans are another part of the packages I provide if required.

 

These images were taken at the beautiful Westergate House which is a b and b in York.  Read More

Property Photography

Most of my week is spent doing property photography for estate agents. 

This was a lovely property I did the other week. I love it when I walk in to a house and it is neat, tidy, and beautifully decorated. This one did not disappoint, it was like a show home! The vendors had obviously done a lot of work to it over the years, and the price it is on the market for reflects that. It has gorgeous views looking over open fields. As well as overall shots of each room I also get nice feature details, and there were plenty at this one. 

This particular property just required a floor plan and photography, although these days I also offer the option of a 360 tour, which some agents like. 

These days I have to work very safely, so I always wear PPE - a mask and gloves. I touch as little as possible when I am in the property, and I hope vendors are put at ease with the safety measures I take. The way I work has had to change due to Covid, and I get through so much hand gel each day I should buy shares in it! But it is better to be safe than sorry. I have to say, I find in more difficult to communicate with people when wearing a mask, and gone are the days when I gladly accept a cuppa if offered. But I am still my usual friendly chatty self, even if I am a bit more muffled than usual!

This particular property was a real pleasure to photograph - I am sure it will look great online and I have no doubt it will sell quickly. 

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Property Photography

Most of my week is spent doing property photography for estate agents. 

This was a lovely property I did the other day. The vendors booked me directly because they are using an estate agent who isn't local to York, therefore it was more difficult to get photos from them. I do a lot of property photography for vendors directly, as they often sell with online agents and get professional images done separately. 

This house was particularly nice and so easy to photograph. It makes a huge difference when people put stuff away, even little things like toilet roll and bins! I always take  as many angles of each room as I can, plus lovely feature details to set the scene. Blue skies are added afterwards if needed. 

Professional property photography is so important when selling or renting. It showcases each property at it's best and really encourages potential buyers through the door.  Read More