In a challenging real estate market it is more important than ever to showcase your valuable listing in the best possible light. That's why you need a skilled professional photographer with the correct equipment to shoot your most important homes. Often times your clients will demand a higher quality standard than you are capable of delivering. That's when it's time to call in a professional.
Eric Ortner has spent close to ten years working as an Art Director for one of Northern New Jersey, the Hudson Valley and Westchester County's largest real estate companies. As a result he has gained a discriminating eye for the creation of high quality Real Estate Photography
When working with Ortner Graphics, you have the added advantage of a professional that has spent a great deal of time actually using real estate photographs for marketing collateral. Eric Ortner has considerable experience behind the camera. But what really sets him apart is that he has even spent time directing other photographers to help get that highly sought perfect image for the final marketing piece. Isn't it comforting to know that your listing will be framed with the final website, brochure or advertisement in mind?
The quality service of Ortner Graphics does not end at the home site. Your new listing's imagery will be color corrected and retouched using the industry standard Adobe Photoshop to provide consistentsy across your home's marketing campaign. Basic retouching includes taking brown spots out of lawns and blemishes on walls. Before the retouching process proceeds you will be given access to low-resolution comps from the shoot so that you can decide which of the final photographs you feel best convey's your property's chief selling points. You will also have the opportunity at this time in the production process to point out aspects of the photograph that you would like to see retouched.
In a perfect world you wouldn't have to worry about the weather. However, in the real world, it's always a concern especially when you are shooting exterior photographs. If weather is an issue, rescheduling a shoot is always acceptable.
So if you just landed that new million dollar real estate listing, or you simply have a home that has been sitting on the market for too long, isn't time to call in the artillery and higher a professional shooter?