Today, Jeff Denholtz of Jersey Success Realty introduced an array of new professional photography options (still photography, aerial tours and curb shots) to emphasize the visually striking aspects of estate properties.
We work with video and photography professionals to help buyers see all a large estate has to offer.
Roni Denholtz explained the importance of telling a brief story, even in a short video:
Real estate tour videos should have a beginning, middle (building to a big reveal), and an end. At the end, it should land on an positive place, encouraging the buyer to see more.”
— Roni Denholtz, Jersey Success Associate
Professional use post production to let light and color to frame your site’s best features. This results in stunning shots. Our expert explains:
There is no program for what we do. There aren’t any auto settings for layering photographs. Capturing a range of exposures allows us to build a single photograph into what you are used to seeing with your eyes.”
— John Bosch, VHT Studios
First Approach is Key
Getting the exposure right for exterior shots is critical. There has to be light enough to show the fine details, but not so much to wash out the natural elements, lawn, forest, clouds and sky.
A good exterior shot has to pop out of a dozen others in on a web page. But it should be still beautiful enough that you want to frame it and hang it over a fireplace.
Work with Us to Design a Plan
Jeff Denholtz talks about the advantages of working with world-renowned real estate photographers:
For each estate, we look at the architecture, the interiors, and the surrounding area. Then, we work with property owners to design a plan. We use professional real estate photography purposefully–to help buyers see the full value. Our expertise lies in knowing a bit more about which services will make a difference in attention to a specific property.”
— Jeff Denholtz, Broker Owner, Jersey Success Realty