Real Estate Photography Services

 

In order to produce the highest quality images, my photography process involves SUPPLEMENTAL LIGHTING on every shoot.  This is not just a single flash attached to a hand-held camera, but multiple off-camera flashes and light modifiers in conjunction with a professional level DSLR camera, luxury wide-angle lenses, and a solid tripod.   Each individual image is then edited in Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop where I straighten verticals, crop for content, adjust white balance, and increase sharpness.  This involved process results in accurate color, crisp details, and a feel of natural ambient lighting.    

Let's get this straight -- I do not use High Dynamic Range (HDR) batch processing techniques, commonly used by many of today's photographers for speed and automation purposes.  HDR processing often gives images very muddy colors, glowing effects, soft details, and inaccurate white balance.  Scroll to the bottom to see a few examples of poor HDR.

 I strive to provide great customer service and attention-to-detail for every assignment, from the million dollar property to the studio rental apartment.  You will not find me rushing through a shoot or skimping on edits.  I am choosing to deal in QUALITY, rather than Quantity!

 

    Member of Real Estate Photographers of America and International
Joni Hofmann in Melbourne on Houzz

 

Real Estate Interiors

Real Estate Exteriors

 

"Blue Hour" Twilights

"Light Painted" Twilights

 

Rental Units / AirBNB

Commercial Properties

 

Embraer, MelbourneEmbraer, Melbourne

Aerial Drone Photos

Examples of poor HDR