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Real Estate Photography by Heifetz Multimedia

Real estate is one of the world’s most competitive industries. Dominated by ambitious agents looking for the next big sale, selling real estate is all about setting yourself apart from the competition. What better way to catch a buyer’s eye than the perfect photo of the perfect home?

You don’t have to spend a fortune to stand out from the competition. But looking for the cheapest option usually defeats your purpose ten fold. 92% of buyers will view properties online before they ever talk to a real person. This means that your property’s photos and video, have to do most of the convincing. The imagery you use for your advertising is what the buyer will make a split-second decision on.

Residential Real Estate Photography Services

I specialize in residential real estate photography that showcases the beauty and personality of your property. Whether you are a homeowner or a real estate agent, you can trust me to create stunning images that will attract potential buyers and make them feel at home. I use natural lighting and design elements to highlight the best features of each space, from the exterior to the interior. My high-quality images can be used for any marketing purpose or real estate listing site.

Commercial Real Estate Photography Services

I offer photography services for commercial real estate properties, including construction projects, businesses, and agencies. I help you communicate the value of your listings with stunning images that capture the attention of your target audience. I work with you to create beautiful photos that showcase the quality and potential of each property. You can use my photos for any type of marketing campaign or real estate listing site.

Professional Drone Photography Services

I provide professional drone photography for residential and commercial real estate properties. With aerial drone photography, you can highlight the features of your properties from a bird’s eye view, such as the size of the land, the shape of the building, or the scenic surroundings. Aerial drone photography adds a wow factor to your listings and helps you stand out from the competition.

I have an FAA Part 107 Certification & License.

Dusk/Twilight Real Estate Photography

There are many benefits to photographing a home at twilight, but one of the most important is to showcase aspects of the home that a daytime shoot might miss. For example, maybe the home has incredible, security-enhancing lighting around the path and front door, or has a well-lit backyard for late-night socializing. Maybe there’s a glowing fire pit in the backyard, or the sunset view from the house is beautiful. A daytime shoot won’t pick up on any of these aspects, while a twilight shoot will really show them off.

Floor Plans

Different studies have shown the importance of floor plans when marketing properties for sale or rent. Floor plans are the 2nd most important MLS feature, so we include them in all interior photo shoots.

85% of prospective buyers and tenants find floor plans either “essential” or “useful” to decide on purchasing or renting a house. When looking at a listing, they want to know the layout and understand how the rooms are connected. This is why a floor plan is now an essential part of your marketing tools.

Virtual Staging Services

Virtual staging is a cost-effective way to transform any empty space into a furnished and inviting home. With just a photo, you can digitally add furniture and accessories to suit the style and taste of your target buyer or renter. Virtual staging shows the true potential of a property and helps you sell or rent it faster. I provide realistic virtual staging for both residential and commercial real estate properties.

Video Walk Through Tour

Potential buyers love walkthrough videos. Potential buyers need enough information to put your listing on their top 10 list that they are going to visit in person. A walkthrough video gives the buyers a sense of the space and layout while helping them gain an emotional connection to the property.

“You never get a second chance to make a first impression.”

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How to prepare a home for professional photography

Your photos are going to be seen by any number of online consumers, so making your listing stand out is imperative. Ensure that you promote your sale in the best light possible by planning ahead of time for professional photography.

Here is a list of ideas and tips on how to help your client get ready for a professional photoshoot.


Inside the Home

  1. De-clutter as much as possible. Put away toys, clothing, dishes, towels, shoes, etc. It’s a lot cheaper to put these things away before the photoshoot than to pay to have the photos “photoshopped”.
  2. Depersonalized to a certain degree. Photos of young children and any potentially offensive art (believe me, I’ve seen it all!) should be put away.
  3. Remove any seasonal/holiday decorations that can quickly outdate your photos.
  4. Dust and vacuum.
  5. Make all the beds, fluff all the pillows, and check the bed skirts.
  6. Clean the kitchen sink and put away all the dishes.
  7. Clear all kitchen countertops and put away toasters, can openers, etc.
  8. Clear all bathroom countertops and put away all personal items.
  9. Remove all shampoos, conditioners, body washes, etc. from the shower.
  10. Put out the guest towels and hide all the others.
  11. Hide all trash cans.
  12. Remove all magnets and decorations from the refrigerator.
  13. If there are pets, hide all food/water bowls, pet beds, and pet toys.
  14. Put all toilet seats and lids down.
  15. Replace all burned-out light bulbs.
  16. Consider decorating the tables with your prettiest place settings.
  17. Consider putting out vases of fresh flowers.

Outside the Home

  1. Have the lawn trimmed, leaves raked, bushes and trees pruned.
  2. Clean up after any animal
  3. Put away all garbage cans, hoses, garden tools, toys, bikes etc.
  4. Hide any “cute” yard decorations.
  5. In snowy climates, shovel snow from walkways, driveways, patios, decks when necessary.
  6. If there is a pool, hot tub, or spa, take any security gate down, uncover, and clean.
  7. If there will be any twilight photos taken, replace any broken lighting on the home, around the landscape, and in the pool.
  8. Open the umbrellas on any patio sets.
  9. When in season, uncover grills.
  10. Remove any seasonal/holiday decorations.
  11. Consider adding splashes of bright colored flowers to the landscape and in pots.

Right Before the Photographer Arrives

  1. Turn on ALL interior lights – even lights in furniture cabinets.
  2. Turn OFF all ceiling fans.
  3. Light fireplaces and candles.
  4. Open all blinds, shades, and curtains.
  5. Clear all cars and vehicles from the driveway and the street in front of the home.
  6. Please secure any potentially aggressive animals in a safe location, away from all rooms being photographed.