October

From October of last year, a few of my favorite properties we shot! SomethingĀ I’ve been thinking about are these Zero-D lenses. It’s a wide angle lens that has no distortion! I think that’s wonderful, because I mostly use a 14mm to shoot interiors and even though I correct for most of the distortion that occurs, there is still some that I cannot fix without spending way too much time on it. If you’ve used one of these and have an opinion, let me hear it! We are always on the lookout for any equipment that will make our work better.

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September

Going all the way back to September – Here are a few of my favorite homes that we shot. Looking back at these, I really can’t wait for the trees to come back. All that beautiful green, it really made for great pictures. The winter browns and grays are getting old! The rain has been particularly devastating this winter out here in TN, and that’s the thing with photography isn’t it..I’m often dependent on the weather to cooperate. šŸ˜©šŸŒ³

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Photographed by Nashville Real Estate Photography, LLC.

Catching Up

It’s been so long! Forgive me, I’m sorry. We’ve been so busy with work which is a good thing, but I let the time slip away. Now I’m trying to play catch up and share all the wonderful homes we’ve been photographing this past year. You know, I truly enjoy photographing interiors and architecture. We put a lot of love into our work. I know to some people it may just look like boring old real estate photography (although I hope not!) but this is something my partner and I find a lot of joy in. We really try to bring a fresh perspective to the industry – for a long time it’s been filled with a lot of HDR processing which I find really tiring and old. No offense if you’re a fan of that, but I am not. My passion is editorial photography so I approach real estate with that in mind. Although there’s really only so far you can go with real estate before you’re not really meeting the purpose of it anymore. Which is why one of my goals this year is to attract more editorial work, along with continuing to meet and exceed our real estate client’s expectations.