Category: Real Estate Photography

Virtual Staging

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By , January 11, 2014

Here is our latest service we are offering to complement our real estate photography.

Virtual Staging:

No more empty rooms you can have them turned into virtually staged models to show their full potential!

Take a look at these examples on our facebook page!

Living Room Staged living room unstaged


Forest Lakes Charlottesville Real Esate Photography

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By , November 10, 2013

.Forest Lakes Charlottesville Kitchen We always enjoy taking pictures of homes in Forest Lakes! Its a great neighborhood for families with tons of amenities! View the TOURLakes Charlottesville KitchenWe

Virtual Tours Platforms offered with Real Estate photography

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By , November 5, 2013
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Real Estate Photography Charlottesville

We currently offer a couple of different virtual tour platforms and find it a great way to showcase a home.




If you use a different system let us know we are always looking in to expanding our offerings!


Excellent Forest Lakes North Home!

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By , November 1, 2013
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Forest Lakes North Kitchen

This home was a pleasure to photograph please take a look at the tour here!

Let us know if you need help photographing your home.


A City Charmer….

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By , October 29, 2013
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Charlottesville Real Estate Photography Living Room

Recently had the opportunity to photograph the charming home in the City of Charlottesville. Take a look at the very cool cottage in the back yard!




Real Estate Photography Lake Monticello

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By , January 30, 2013







Great Lake Monticello Home

Check out the TOUR

Getting Your Home Ready For Photos

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By , January 30, 2013

In order to make the most of our photography experience with you,
we have some tips to help you get ready.
Outside Your Home:

  • Put away trash cans, gardening tools, hoses, etc.
  • Be sure grass has been recently mowed, flowerbeds weeded, bushes trimmed & yard waste disposed of.
  • Store/stash away children’s toys & bikes.
  • Pick up pet toys, droppings, and food/water bowls.
  • Position patio umbrellas up,  un-stack chairs, and remove hot tub covers.
  • Be prepared to remove vehicles from driveways on day of photo shoot (and, if possible, not directly in front of the house on the street – they will be seen in photos taken from the inside looking out).
  • For the best results, please let your real estate agent know what time of the day the sun is facing the front of your house (morning, noon, late afternoon) – we will aim for taking pictures during this time frame.

Inside Your Home:

  • Turn on all lights and replace any missing or burned out bulbs.
  • If you have hardwood flooring – give them a once over with a conditioning product for a nice shine.
  • Living/Dining Rooms:  De-clutter your fireplace, mantle & book shelves.
  • Kitchen:  Buyers love to see nice kitchens:  make sure you clean everything you can off your countertops to show as much space as you can – if you must leave appliances out and on the counters, make sure they are clean and polished.  Take everything off your refrigerator (magnets, things stored on top, etc).  Put away trash cans and pet food/water bowls.
  • Bedrooms & Offices:  Pickup laundry, make bed, vacuum all floors, and de-clutter book shelves.  Tidy up office/workstations:  temporarily stash piles of papers out of sight.
  • Bathrooms:  De-clutter and clean countertops and mirrors.  Hang fresh towels on towel bars and close
    toilet lids.
  • Laundry/Utility Rooms:  De-clutter and clean countertops.  Fold and put away piles of laundry.

Family Pets:  For safety reasons we ask that your pets be placed in a safe, locked area of your home or the garage during the photo shoot.


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