Multiplicity

Investment

Custom photography is an investment. The best portraits capture a personality in the moment and stand as a document to a specific time in someone’s life. Pet photography captures a furry member of the family in all their glory. The resulting photographs can be lasting, cherished memories that bless the walls of your home. Speaking of your home, Real Estate photography shows a home in its most appealing light and listings with better photos command higher prices. Getting a home noticed comes down to marketing, so can you afford not to put your best foot forward?

Portraiture Services

Your photo session includes an in-person, phone or email consultation, 2 hours of session time, photo retouching, an optional web gallery to view your photos or an in-person showcase before ordering prints, as well as unlimited wardrobe changes and props, up to 3 locations, and the option to bring your friends, family and/or pets to join you during and in the photo shoot. Sessions generally take place outdoors in all types of weather. Warmer and dryer weather is certainly easier to work with, but snow and cold opens up a whole new wardrobe to wear and can change the mood of photos considerably. I’m game if you are! The hours near sunrise and sunset provide the best outdoor lighting as midday is usually harsh and full of shadows, however, any time of day can be used. Sessions also cover up to 30 miles of travel. Please contact me for prices.

Real Estate Services

A real estate photo session on average lasts about an hour and costs less than 1/10 of 1% of the list price of a home. That 1/10 of 1% results in an average of 61% more views than their peers across all price tiers. Photos will be processed and delivered within 24 hours and include both interior and exterior shots. An exterior session at dusk is optional. Sessions also cover up to 30 miles of travel. Prices are dependent upon square-footage. Please contact me for more information.

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Professional photograph versus the actual image used in the MLS listing. Which photo best presents the house?