The 1070 square foot house, built in Los Angeles in 1954, had recently been remodeled.
The remodel was absolutely stunning, but the challenge with photographing any house this size is how to make it appear spacious, airy and inviting.
I spent 90 minutes photographing the interior and exterior using existing/ambient light balanced and enhanced with off-camera strobes.
I used several different lenses, each chosen for the specific look and feel I was after.
My goal was to first capture the objective elements of the home – what buyers would see as ‘The House.’ Secondly, I wanted to capture its more subjective elements, elements that would capture and convey its essence and warmth, and hopefully allow buyers to see the stories that are waiting to be told there.
These subjective elements are what buyers would perceive as ‘The Home.’
As a professional photographer I’ve built my reputation on providing the highest level of personalized service to my clients, while delivering the highest caliber work.
I shoot with Canon professional gear and always arrive to assignments on time, with a full range of backup gear. I respect my clients’ time and take every necessary step to ensure assignments are completed on schedule. In addition, I am fully insured for the benefit and safety of my clients.
I use professional camera bodies and lenses, and am able to control the light in challenging environments using five separate off-camera strobes that are triggered wirelessly. After the shoot, I use the latest cutting edge photo processing and editing software – tools that allow me to provide selling agents with stunning images in a timely manner.
If you have any questions about professional real estate photography, and how it can benefit your real estate business, email me at mitchel(at)mitchelwu.com… I’d love to hear from you!