This is a basic list, to give you an idea of what to expect, of the shots I will take for each home. The average number of images depends on the size of the home and special features it has. Please inform me in advance if there are any specific features of the house you would like me to capture. For smaller homes many of these Real Estate Photography shots will overlap and nullify each other. Before getting started, I prefer to store and set up my equipment in the garage to save myself from moving my stuff around a bunch.

Quick note: I do not photograph the garage unless specifically requested.

3-5 of Front of House

  • Three angled shots. One each from left, right and center
  • Straight-on of front door exterior
  • One “artistic” shot

1 of Front Door from Interior

3-6 of Living Room/Great Room

  • One each from three different corners
  • Two straight-on shots
  • Optional: Fireplace detail

2-6 of Kitchen

  • Two angled or straight-shots depending on layout
  • The sink “looking out” perspective
  • Optional: Long wall of sink angle
  • Optional: Detail composition

1 of Dining Room (if separate)

2-4 of Master Bedroom

  • Two angled shots, especially if one includes view
  • Master closet
  • Optional: Balcony or other detail

1-2 of Master Bathroom

1 per Additional Bedrooms/Offices

1 per Additional Bathrooms

1 of Laundry Room

3-5 of Backyard

  • Angled shot from each corner of backyard
  • Straight-on shot of back of house
  • Optional: Pool/Built-In BBQ
  • Optional: Other sheds or outdoor structures


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The best way to get a home ‘photo ready’ is to ideally have no occupants or pets present. Remove clutter and personal effects, like family portraits. On average it takes 90 minutes to photograph a house around 2,000 sq ft. All images are shared (usually via Dropbox) within 2 days.

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