Tag Archives: real estate photography

Homestaging: Is it really necessary?

I’ve always wanted to do a before and after blog post of an empty unit vs a staged unit but 90% of the time, the unit is already staged or fixed up when we’re called since the client doesn’t want … Continue reading

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Boundary Bay living

Beach season is upon us and one of my favourite residential areas to photograph during this season is in Boundary Bay. Aside from being located by the beach (Centennial beach), this community is unique on its own because all the … Continue reading

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A cozy entertainment pad in Downtown Vancouver

The listings that i get excited about are the ones that seem like they were taken out of Pinterest or interior design magazines, and I am happy to share that this is what i exactly photographed last week for LivingSpaceImaging.┬áPrior … Continue reading

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Raffles Residences

Another throwback post to one of my work + play moments back in 2013. This occurred around the 2nd quarter of 2013 during my Australasia vacation and while I was in Manila I was hired to do a photo + … Continue reading

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A pleasant surprise

Once in awhile i come across listings where despite the outside appearance of the building, you’ll be pleasantly surprised on what you see in the inside. This is exactly how i felt when i photographed a 3 bed room apartment … Continue reading

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Spring forward

The 1st quarter of 2014 is almost done and we’ve officially switched to +1 hour in our clocks. This change also signifies a pick up in real estate photography. Here’s a few photos of a 2 bedroom apartment situated in … Continue reading

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