Real Estate Photography Solutions

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Services

What can I provide for your business?
 

Wide-Angle HDR Photography

Give both you and your clients the upper hand by ensuring only the highest quality photography is used for marketing their home.

All photos are taken with a professional DSLR camera using a wide-angle lens to allow for excellent perspective photography of interior rooms and exterior spaces.

Post optimization is included, which involves correcting lens distortion, exposure optimization, sharpening, white-balance adjustment, resizing for web-ready delivery, etc.

And finally, HDR (High Dynamic Range) capturing and processing is used to yield rich, balanced, true-to-life photos for both interior and exterior.

Aerial / Drone HDR Photography

What value can aerial photography offer? Consider that from both a property marketing AND Realtor marketing perspective, they will:

  • increase the value proposition of you as a Realtor by showcasing to prospective sellers how you differentiate yourself from other agents as one who offers "cutting edge" marketing
  • lead to overall higher client satisfaction, as they see you who goes to no end to ensure you have marketed their property to the highest potential
  • simply offers more choices to view and entice for prospective buyers to the property

Same-Day Turn

With any service / product, enjoy same-day turn!

That's right - material will be fully delivered the same day the photo shoot takes place.



Portfolio

Please browse some of my recent work.

About Ray

altI was born and raised on tranquil Prince Edward Island, just outside the capital city and Birthplace of Canada, Charlottetown. From as early as I can remember (grade 5, I believe), I had aspirations of becoming a meteorologist. I was fascinated with weather, so why not make a career out of it. This desired career-path actually stuck with me throughout grade-school, right up until I neared graduation. At that time, demand for meteorologists was on the decline - I had an important decision to make. While weather was indeed my passion, I also had a keen interest in electronics & technology. So at the age of 18, with a leap of faith I abandoned my original plan, packed my belongings and moved to Toronto to attend college. It was there where I obtained my Electronics Engineering Technology diploma. After graduation, I immediately moved to Waterloo where I was offered employment.

That was 23 years ago. I am now proud to call Waterloo Region my new home.

When I am not giving piggy-back rides or building snowmen with my 2 children, I enjoy such hobbies as tinkering with electronics, programming, financial planning, playing and watching hockey (die-hard Habs fan - please don't judge), ultralight aircraft, camping, boating and, of course, photography.

But perhaps one of my most unique hobbies that I pursue is that of storm-chasing. Despite my change of career-path, weather (and more specifically, severe weather) has always remained my true passion. So you can imagine the excitement and anticipation I felt as I relocated from the docile PEI to Southwestern Ontario - the severe weather hotspot of Canada. While storm-chasing has taken a back seat in recent years to devote time to raising a family, I will venture out the odd occasion (with video camera, mobile internet and real-time radar in hand), if a good storm happens by our area. Otherwise, I usually just enjoy the forces of nature from the front porch of our home.