First impressions matter.
I’m a passionate and dedicated exterior and interior photographer located just outside of Derry, Northern Ireland.
It is a fact that having professional photos of your property will increase the amount of enquiries and bookings you get. It is essential having high quality Exterior & Interior Photography when it comes to selling or renting out your properties.
Whether you’re an estate agent selling a house, listing on AirBnB or Booking.com I will provide you with high quality photography guaranteed to show your property in the highest of quality and in the best possible lighting conditions.
My commercial photography has seen me to sleeping in the incredible transparent bubble domes at Finn Lough, to hiking in the Picos De Europa, to sleeping in Ireland’s most scenic Lighthouse, Fanad Lighthouse.
AirBnB want a maximum of 25 photos per listing. You’ll get 2 or 3 photos per room. This will be 1 wide photo of the entire room, and 1 or 2 details shots. For exterior photos, this depends entirely on the property. Usually it will be 2 or 3 shots for the house itself, and 2 or 3 shots of the views from the property (if any).
You must ensure your home is clean, tidy and clutter free. It should be in the exact same condition as it would be when your guests arrive.
Depending on the size of your house it usually takes anywhere from 2 – 4 hours for the photoshoot, and usually another 2 or 4 hours for editing the photos. Delivery of images is usually within a couple of days unless otherwise stated. Your images are delivered via WeTransfer.
I charge £150 for half a day and £250 for a full day. I will confirm which one you require when you get in touch.
Once I have finished editing the photos, I will send you an email which will have an invoice attached along with a link to a gallery on my website where you can see your photos. Invoices must be paid within 7 days.
For interior photos, the weather doesn’t matter as much as when I’m taking the photographs I’m using longer exposures. For exterior photos, the weather is very important and ideally I’d like to take them on a dry bright day, unfortunately this can delay the exterior photos until the next bright day.