Workshop Wednesdays are a weekly segment where I provide a composition analysis of a real estate photograph. If you have a specific type of room or …
The goal of this image is to introduce potential buyers and renters to the impressive structure and size of the space as they make their way ‘up the stairs’ to the space.
The week’s image was captured during a twilight shoot of a two-bedroom inner city apartment.
The composition splits the distribution of city and mountains evenly from the centre of the image to establish a sense of balance between the natural and built environment.
This week’s workshop Wednesday is a collection of images from a photo-shoot of a swimming pool in the front of a three-storey home located in a coastal town
The week’s image was taken during a daytime shoot of a two-storey home nestled in bushland. It is a simple composition that places the subject in the centre
The purpose of the image was to show the aforementioned connection between the indoor and outdoor space while promoting the size of the outdoor entertainment area..
This week’s image was captured at the end of twilight shoot of a 4-bedroom two-level home that had been recently renovated.
This week’s image was taken during a twilight photo-shoot within the ‘nautical’ phase, with the subject being the leafy-green backyard, pool, and deck at the rear of a two-storey house.
The week’s image was taken at the end of at twilight shoot with the subject being an open plan living and dining room within a two-storey luxury townhouse.