Exceeding your expectations is our standard.
In an industry where success breeds success, professional imagery on your listings will help to attract the clients you want – vendors motivated to sell and affluent buyers ready for the next chapter.
While providing stunning photography is a given, there is a fine balance in ensuring the ‘real’ is kept in real estate. Properties are elevated through professional photography to present them in their best light, but we understand this must also be a realistic representation. Bringing clients to the door is one thing, attracting viable buyers is another.
Our aim is to flip a browser into a buyer. Discover the In-House Imaging difference in Real Estate Photography.
By capturing your homes in their best light, we can help to position you as a market-leader, offering a premium service of Real Estate Photography, which in turn attracts the affluent clientele you desire.
From showcasing the full length of a walk-in wardrobe to capturing the elegance of a waterfall marble benchtop, we know what homeowners are searching for when they start their quest for their next investment.
Clever composition of detail, optimum lighting, wide-angles to showcase large rooms, 3-D walkthroughs, aerial fly-bys and professional editing capabilities are only some of the skills we use to present your properties in the best way possible.
Elevate your listing to new heights with drone Real Estate photography and videography.
Utilising a combination of fixed-wing aircraft, drones or helicopters, we utilise the best option for the task at hand to showcase your property from a completely new dimension.
Drone photography is the cherry on the top when it comes to real estate. Not only can you give a buyer a view like never before, but you can also give them a glimpse of their new lifestyle in seconds. When it’s all about location, aerial views can showcase the close proximity of the nearest park, school, shopping centre or the beach.
Floor plans are one of the tools to flip a browser into a buyer.
A serious buyer will go beyond the look of a listing into the finer details to ensure this is the right purchasing decision for them. Will the media room be big enough for their projector? How big is the master bedroom in comparison to the house they are in now? Will there be enough room in the garage for two large vehicles?
These are the kinds of questions easily answered by floor plans, to give prospective buyers room dimensions and a more comprehensive understanding of the layout of the house and land.
Are you ready to take your business global?
Cast your net over a wider pool of potential clients, by giving prospective buyers the opportunity to view a listing in its entirety from the comfort of their living room. Houses are viewed online more now than ever. What used to be a national audience, is now international.
Purchasing decisions are being made thousands of kilometres away, with travel restrictions meaning more people are relying on technology for virtual walkthroughs and aerial vision. When searching for a potential home, the property’s online lifestyle appeal can make all the difference to a buyer.
A must-have immersive experience for the agent who wishes to lift their listings to the next level.
Whether you are attracting buyers to an investment, renters into a new home or businesses into new office space, it’s hard to entice people to view an unfurnished property.
An affordable alternative to short-term furniture rental is virtual styling. There is no substitute on the quality of design due to cost factors and it helps prospective clients to visualise themselves within the property.
It’s about utilising visual marketing to increase potential buyers, ultimately creating a faster, more lucrative sale.
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder. The more beholders, the better the sale.
“Born to shoot the world.”
It’s a beautiful thing when you discover your passion from a young age. Eric’s fascination in skydiving photography started when he was in high school.
“The brother-in-law of a close friend of mine was a skydiving camera man, I believe he was the camera man for the national skydiving team. After visiting the skydiving dropzone and seeing him action, I instantly knew, that if one day I got into skydiving, I wanted to be a camera man.”
A few years later, Eric enrolled in a skydiving course with that same friend. And sure enough, as soon as he was allowed to jump with a camera, he started pursuing it as a profession.
It was a lifestyle he loved, one that took him on many adventures. After a few short years, Eric was asked to be the camera man for the Zimbabwean skydiving team at the world championships.
“I learned most of what I know about photography and videography in the world of skydiving. Trusting your instinct and developing the skill to anticipate what might happen separates good photography from great.”
As Eric travelled the world skydiving, he grasped every opportunity to photograph and film a diverse range of activities, events and businesses.
“The natural progression was to multimedia. One of my favourite projects was filming a 2-day travel adventure for a dozen 4×4 vehicles in the dunes of the Namib Desert to the south of Walvis Bay in Namibia.”
After moving to Australia and meeting his wife Sarah-Jane, the pair knew their combined skills would be best suited to a photography and multimedia business. In-House Imaging in Adelaide was born.
After more than 16,000 jumps to his name, Eric quit skydiving as the demands of their business grew. Life with Sarah-Jane and the growth of In-House Imaging is the greatest rush of all.
“I’ve learnt that to get the best in life, you need to be willing to take calculated risks. To be bold in your choices and brave about what the outcome may be. Greatness was never achieved from mediocrity, just as great photography doesn’t happen by accident.”
Sarah-Jane’s desire to explore, push boundaries and step outside of her comfort zone has given her the ability to go beyond.
In 2006, she bought a one-way ticket from London to Christchurch, New Zealand. Despite a fear of heights, she enrolled in a diploma of commercial skydiving. After 100 jumps, her journey of freefall photography began.
“Being a skydiving photographer taught me invaluable lessons, the most important being, you only have one chance to capture any given moment you are presented with before it’s lost forever. It also taught me the value in getting the job done as efficiently and as accurately as possible.
“Until you open your parachute all you have achieved so far is a lot of falling. By taking that jump of faith, I discovered who I truly was and from that moment on I was hooked on photography.”
From New Zealand, Sarah-Jane spread her wings once again and landed in the whimsical Whitsundays, a photographer’s dream. She worked with an award-winning photographer who mentored her in a range of genre’s, from weddings to magazine style shoots. This is where she found her love of commercial and real estate photography.
“I believe that you need to photograph most or all of the genres to hone your true passion.”
Her evolution in photography led to the creation of In-House Imaging. Alongside her husband Eric, they are the go-to photographic media providers for photography, drone imagery, videos, creative marketing multimedia, 3-D walkthrough videos and floorplan walkthrough’s.