St. Louis Area Real Estate and Property Photography

Images truly are everything nowadays. Show-off your St. Louis area real estate or property the way it deserves to be seen. In today's digital world, home buyers have unlimited ways to quickly browse properties at their fingertips/phones. Make yours stand out from the pack with photos that will stop them in their tracks.

I believe in a more natural light-look approach to property photography.  Steering-away from over-processed images, and "overcooked" HDR when possible (which many feel tends to make properties start to look somewhat cartoonish). A buyer should expect to see in-person what they saw online.

From the exterior to the interior, basement to garage, I'll highlight your property uniquely and in it's best possible light to grab the attention it deserves!

Average cost for a shoot is approximately $125 and varies by total square footage.

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Copyright/Image usage:

It stinks to have to state all of this, but for the record:

In modern photography, Usage Rights and Digital Usage Rights is a big, guarded business and some of the only protection photographers have in place for their work. Under current copyright laws, the copyright of any photography remains with the photographer unless specifically agreed upon. Thus the photographer retains all rights to photos taken of properties.

For real estate I gladly license/approve the use of my images to the listing agent of the property at the time the photo is taken. The license of use is extended to the agent for the amount of time that the property is for sale. Thus, by current industry standards photographs taken by me should not be used for any purpose other than the marketing of the property listing unless agreed upon. By general rule, agents must obtain permission to use the image(s) for any other medium (marketing of agent's services, calendars, etc).

All characters and events depicted in this film are entirely fictitious. Any similarity to actual events or persons, living or dead, is purely coincidental.

(I just added that part just to keep things lighthearted. We're all friends here).