Portfolio of Vacation Rental Photography?
Las Vegas Rental Home Photography Portfolio for AirBnB & VRBO Listings
Welcome to my Vacation Rental Photography Services portfolio page in Las Vegas, NV. As a professional photographer, I understand the importance of showcasing your vacation rental in the best possible light to attract potential guests on short term rental platforms like AirBnB and VRBO. With my services, you can ensure that your rental space will look its best and evoke the desired emotional response from prospective renters.
Just like my real estate photography packages, my vacation rental packages come in various options, each tailored to meet your specific needs. Whether you’re looking for a package that captures the essentials or one that captures every detail, I have you covered. My turnaround time for vacation rental photography is just as quick as my real estate packages, with most shoots being completed within 24 hours.
Typically, my vacation rental shoots yield about 30-35 photos, which is enough to showcase your rental’s key features and amenities. For larger homes or vacation rentals with more detailed features, I recommend my 50 image package. On a typical vacation rental shoot, I capture about 5 exterior photos, along with 3-4 shots of key spaces like the living room, kitchen, bedrooms, and bathrooms. Additionally, I can adjust my shooting to capture more or fewer images of a particular space based on your direction.
Whether you’re renting your vacation rental on AirBnB or VRBO, my photography services will help you stand out from the competition and attract more guests. Contact me today to schedule your vacation rental photography shoot in Las Vegas, NV.
Professional Grade Rental Listing Photography
When preparing the home for the photo shoot, please clean and declutter as much as possible. I highly recommend that homeowners and housekeeps not be present during the shoot to avoid longer shoot times, interrupted workflow, and forgotten spaces. Please clear or minimize bathroom vanities, and ensure all light bulbs are working. Treat me like I am your first vacation rental client of the home. I am documenting your property for all other vacation renters to see.
All of my photo shoots are done using HDR brackets, a process of using natural ambient light, followed by overexposed lighting and then underexposed lighting. This technique ensures accurate color representation of the space, eliminates some shadows, and brightens unlit walls. Many times, it allows us to look out the window instead of having the entire view blown out. The delivered photos range in number, depending on the property size.
All of my shoots offer low-res internet resolution download for easy uploading onto web platforms like AirBnB & VRBO. Additionally, high-resolution print quality downloads are available upon request prior to the photo shoot. With my photography services, you can be sure that you’ll receive quality images that meet or exceed your expectations. Contact me today to order your professional real estate photography for vacationn rental homes.
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Is Your Professional Real Estate Photography being Shot by a Pro?
Middle Man Advertising Companies hit me up all the time asking me to shoot real estate photos for next to nothing. These jobs are for kids just out of college or stay at home mothers who wish to fill time while their kids are at school. Are you getting a person who clicks a button on camera for a middle man company from somewhere else or a true professional who understands light, depth, real estate marketing and what attracts Home Buyers in Southern Nevada?
Past Professional Real Estate Photography Accomplishments
Michaels Real Estate Photography Experience
I have kept a Nevada Real Estate license alive since February 2006 that is still active today. I was recruited to advertise Bank Owned Homes for multiple brokerages following the housing crash of 2008. During that time I moved up to being a Marketing Director and managing a buyer team for the brokerages. I matched up the marketing the agents needed to help show off the properties they would show. In turn, I would learn what marketing was effective and what was not effective in helping the agents generate leads. All while keeping the banks happy with the advertising and offer results that came back to their desks. I picked up a Part 107 license to legally fly drones for marketing pictures. Below are some other classes I have taken over the years to keep current on Real Estate Photography.
|Real Estate Photography||Exploring Photography: Exposure and Dynamic Range||VR Photography and Video||Landscape Photography: Wide-Angle Lenses|
|Real Estate Photography: Master Bathrooms||Internet Marketing||Travel Photography||Photography Business: The Basics|
|Enhancing a Sunset Photograph with Lightroom and Photoshop||Marketing Pricing and Client Relations||Drones versus Planes||Photography Foundations: Exposure|
|Photography: Lightroom Classic CC and Photoshop||Shooting in Low Light||Real Estate Photography: Exterior at Twilight||Introduction to Photography|