Introducing the Upgraded Client Panel

Client Panel

As of January 1, 2015, the new and upgraded client panel goes live. The new Client Panel gives you the ability to manage your virtual tours and your account. Within the Client Panel you can: Manage all of your listings from one place. Download the photos in three sizes – small for the MLS, large for your website, and print quality. Get both branded and unbranded links to the virtual tours. Rearrange the order of…

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Sotheby’s International Realty’s Reside Magazine

Tuscan-Old-World-Custom-Villa

Another property that I photographed, Tuscan Old World Custom Villa,  was recently selected to be featured in Sotheby’s International Realty’s print edition magazine – Reside. Sotheby’s International devoted a full page (page 37) to this home. Have a look at the online version of Reside. Experience the high-definition virtual tour of Tuscan Old World Custom Villa

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International Recognition – Cottonwood Canyon Winery

Sotheby's Farm & Ranch

I’ve gone international! I was excited to be notified yesterday that Cottonwood Canyon, a Winery that I had the pleasure to photograph was chosen as one of six properties featured throughout the world on the homepage of Sotheby’s International Realty Farm & Ranch Properties website. Cottonwood Canyon, my first winery project included the vineyard, tasting room and offices in addition to the caves and cave dining room. Take a Tour of the Cottonwood Canyon Vineyard…

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Photography Essentials for Realtors – Top 3 Real Estate Photography Turnoffs

Not Vertical

In a previous post, I wrote about why quality real estate photography matters when virtually all home searches begin online. In this post I will discuss why poor real estate photographs turn off potential homebuyers. We live in a visual world. Whether it be from television, the Internet, magazines or billboards we are bombarded with thousands of images each day. To cope we have learned to quickly filter through these images to find what is…

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Photography Essentials for Realtors – Why the Photography Matters

Twilight Exterior

This is a first in a series of articles written to demonstrate the impact of real estate photography. Poorly executed photography can negatively influence a Realtor’s marketing efforts. On the other hand, effective photos lure prospective buyers to look at the property and they also show prospective home sellers that you are serious about marketing their home. I want to thank Larry Lohrman of photographyforrealestate.net for helping me to navigate the waters as I entered…

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Get a Picture-Perfect Home Sale

Kitchen

I ran across the article, Get a Picture-Perfect Home Sale, by Amy Hoak on The Wall Street Journal website. The main point of the article is that “Good pictures are a crucial marketing tool for a home sale.”  The article describes how one couple attributes the professional photography used to market their home to luring about 25 people to an open house the first weekend the house went on sale. The home sold in two…

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