Real Estate Photography
Elevated Lens Photography can provide stunning exterior views using the telescoping mast. It's amazing to see the difference between a ground level shot and one shot from as little as 13 feet in the air. Our mast can put the camera as high as 65 feet to capture beautiful backgrounds and surroundings. Elevating the camera enhances building and roof lines and is the best way to show off that exquisite landscaping.
The following advice is from "Realtor's Guide to Using Photos in Real Estate Marketing", found on PhotographyForRealEstate.net
[Photographs are a central component of marketing a property. The primary function that photos perform is to get prospective buyers to come look at the property.
In today’s market where 87% or more home buyers start their home search online, a little thumbnail of the front of the property becomes the first reason buyers choose to look at more photos of your listing over the 20 others at the same price and location.
But there are even more compelling reasons for having for using great photography to present your listing:
-Your home seller client will be pleased how you are presenting their property.
-It’s a well established fact that great photos and marketing materials are a way to get more listings.
-Neighbors of the listing property watch carefully how a property is marketed. If they like what the see, they will ask you to list their property.
-If you are competing for a listing, the commitment of professionally done photography and marketing materials can help you win the listing.
The primary exterior shot is THE most important photo. Spend extra time, money and effort to get a “knock-out” front photo because this is the photo that will be seen most and first by prospective home buyers. Online thumbnails of this photo must entice the buyer to look closer at the property. Many homes benefit from an elevated front shot where the camera is 10’ to 20’ above the street level. Find a photographer that does elevated shots.]
Construction companies, contractors, engineers, architects, and property owners can all benefit from having scheduled progress photographs done of their projects. Ground-based aerial photography has several benefits over traditional aerial photography. Elevated Lens Photography can provide high quality, broad overview photographs which give you the big picture, as well as low level, close-up images which provide high resolution detail that just isn’t possible from high altitude traditional aerial photography.
Another benefit to choosing Elevated Lens Photography for your construction progress photography is that we shoot on-site and are able to offer you the benefits of our ground photography services as well. We can document your job site from the ground and from the air, saving you money by combining our services so you don’t have to hassle with hiring separate providers!
Here are some of the benefits from our services:
* Planning & Site Evaluation
- Get the big picture of your job site before you start construction.
* Strategic Planning
- An invaluable tool when planning delivery times and placements.
- Plan access routes
- Plan on equipment and material placement, jobsite trailers, staging
- Aerial photos make an important prop for staff and sub-contractor meetings.
- Photographs are uploaded to a password protected website gallery providing private access and downloading capabilities
* Independent Documentation
- Progress documentation provides a permanent visual record of the site’s exact condition. Dated photographs may be used to settle disputes with suppliers, sub-contractors, neighbors, or government agencies such as building inspectors, EPA, etc.
* Final Completion
- Once your construction project is finished, Elevated Lens Photography can provide you with professional Architectural Photographs of your building.
- Photographs can be produced as a video slideshow
We can use multiple mast setups around your construction site to provide high resolution photos that will show what's happening on your project. We can set up a schedule to shoot your project weekly, bi-weekly, monthly or however often you want.
We use multiple lenses to obtain ultra wide angle views or zoom in to show minute detail. Our camera mount pans and tilts, allowing us to take overlapping photos that we can later "stitch" together into seamless panoramas.
We geotag our photos so they can be linked to Google Maps and design software. The raw files from our camera include an embedded authentication stamp which can be used to show the image has not been altered in any way, an important factor in case the photos are needed for any legal proceedings.
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