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My name is Les Hein, and I’m your local real estate photographer. I am based in Wesley Chapel, FL, and travel to neighboring locations. I’m inspired by various subjects, scenes, and moments of real estate photography. Allow me to share your vision, and showcase the details of your real estate listing that are important to you. My focus and objective are to capture the big picture, the details, and everything in between!
More About Oldsmar
Oldsmar is a city in Pinellas County, Florida, United States. As of the 2010 census, the city had a population of 13,591. The Oldsmar name dates to April 12, 1916 when automobile pioneer Ransom E. Olds purchased 37,541 acres (151.92 km2) of land by the northern part of Tampa Bay to establish “R. E. Olds-on-the-Bay”. The name was later changed to Oldsmar, then to “Tampa Shores” in 1927, and finally back to Oldsmar in 1937. Ransom Olds named some of the original streets himself, such as Gim Gong Road for Lue Gim Gong.
Oldsmar includes several parks along Tampa Bay, historic bungalows, a downtown, and a commercial area along West Hillsborough Avenue. The historical society operates a museum in Oldsmar, and the city erected a new library in 2008. It also includes a thoroughbred racetrack called Tampa Bay Downs.
In hopes of returning to the days of “Old Florida”, Oldsmar’s downtown is currently undergoing redevelopment efforts. Oldsmar celebrates its history every year with Oldsmar Days and Nights, including parades, car shows (featuring the Oldsmobile), and carnival rides. Notable Oldsmar businesses include the nearby Tampa Bay Downs and the production office of Nielsen Media Research.
5 Reasons Why Your Photographer Needs to Specialize in Real Estate
1. Specialized Expertise: Photographers who exclusively shoot real estate possess specialized expertise in capturing properties in the most appealing way. They understand the unique challenges and nuances of photographing different architectural styles, layouts, and lighting conditions commonly found in real estate. Their experience allows them to bring out the best features of a property, showcasing it in its most attractive light.
2. Composition and Staging Knowledge: Real estate photographers have a keen eye for composition and staging. They know how to arrange furniture, utilize props, and create visual flow within a space to make it look inviting and desirable. Their understanding of how to frame shots and create a sense of scale adds value to the property, making it more appealing to potential buyers.
3. Equipment and Technical Skills: Photographing real estate requires specific equipment and technical skills. Professional real estate photographers have the necessary gear, such as wide-angle lenses, tripods, and lighting equipment, to capture expansive interiors and highlight key architectural details. They are skilled in adjusting camera settings, utilizing proper exposure, and capturing sharp images that accurately represent the property.
4. Post-Processing Expertise: Post-processing is a crucial aspect of real estate photography. Skilled real estate photographers excel in editing techniques that enhance the images while maintaining a natural and realistic look. They possess the knowledge to adjust colors, remove distractions, correct perspective distortions, and blend multiple exposures to create visually stunning photographs that accurately represent the property.
5. Marketing and Online Presence: Real estate photographers who specialize in their field often have a deep understanding of the industry's marketing needs and online platforms. They can optimize the images for online listings, ensuring they are visually appealing and engaging to potential buyers. They may also offer additional services like virtual tours, aerial photography, or cinematic videography, providing realtors with a comprehensive marketing package that sets their listings apart from the competition.
In summary, hiring a photographer who exclusively shoots real estate provides realtors with specialized expertise, composition and staging knowledge, access to proper equipment, technical skills, post-processing expertise, and a marketing edge. These factors combined contribute to the creation of visually captivating images that attract potential buyers and effectively market the properties, ultimately saving time and adding value for realtors.