Since moving here to East Tennessee I’ve had the opportunity to photography some awesome vacation rental properties. One of my favorite real estate clients here in Maryville Tennessee is Jackie Mills with Realty Executives and she’s just finished completion of her newest AirBnB.

Welcome to Memaw’s! When crossing the threshold you’ll immediately be taken back in time, it’s exactly like being back at Nan’s house. The design is intentionally dated with flare yet offers some modern conveniences. There are a ton of little details throughout the property and Jackie did an incredible job hunting down antiques and other artifacts that makes the experience both surreal welcoming.

Here are some of the before/after shots I captured, some of which were featured on our local news via WBIR Channel 10 here in Knoxville Tennessee.

Summertime in the greater Knoxville Tennessee area is so awesome! Unfortunately June of 2020 in East TN had a little more rain then I prefer… Luckily, as a professional real estate photographer I have ways of working around situations out of our control. For example, on bad weather days I offer my clients free sky replacements on exterior images as we don’t always have the luxury of waiting around for the perfect sunny day.

For those of you who haven’t worked with me yet, I would love the opportunity to earn your business! I like to keep my website updated with my most recent work so you can get a feel for my style and approach to real estate photography. If you have any questions/concerns please feel free to reach out to me anytime on my cell phone. Also you can view my real estate photography packages and pricing on my website here. In addition to real estate photos I also offer Real Estate Video Packages and 360 Real Estate Virtual Tours as well.

Real Estate Aerial Image of Ten Mile Tennessee
Gatlinburg Tennessee Real Estate Photography for June 2020
Englewood Tennessee Real Estate Photo for June 2020

As you know once a month I like to upload some recent real estate images so people know what to expect from me if they hire me to be there real estate photographer. I think this is important for several reasons one of which I haven’t really discussed before.

Throughout my career as a professional real estate photographer I’ve changed and adapted to many different styles and techniques in my effort to continually grow and improve my craft. Certain image styles come in and out of fashion just like everything else. Recently I’ve yet again been playing with a new style that utilizes a bit more natural light. Somewhat flirting with over exposing whites but keeping the shadows a bit darker creating more contrast and depth.

Below are some examples of my most recent real estate images for the month of May 2020. If you like my style and approach to real estate photography, I would love to earn your business! Please feel free to reach out to me anytime 🙂

Vonore Tennessee Real Estate Photography for May 2020

Sometimes we don’t always have the luxury to wait for grass to grow… Virtual Landscaping can help potential buyers realize the potential of your property and/or listing. Perfect for new construction or even properties going on the market during the winter months.

Here are some examples of my virtual landscaping. If you have any questions or are interested in my virtual landscaping please feel free to reach out to me! I’d love to earn your business!

Virtual Staging by Brad Capone

There are several reasons why Realtors invest in virtual staging. As photos play a critical role in marketing a property, virtual staging can help solve some common problems real estate professionals face often.

One of the most common problems is half empty or even completely vacant rooms/spaces. These spaces often come across as cold and very unwelcoming – not the feelings you want to portray when advertising a property online. Virtual staging allows marketing professionals to avoid the high cost of staging the property with physical furniture.

Another common issue Realtors face when marketing their listings online is properties that have a lot of clutter. This is especially true here in East Tennessee! Removing or replacing distracting objects can have a massive impact on the final image.

If you need some virtual staging done for your listing please let me know, I would love to help any way I can 😀

Virtual Staging Examples

What about Virtual Landscaping?

What a ton of fun! This month has been very awesome as I’ve started doing more and more real estate videos in the greater Knoxville TN area. I recently invested in a 3D camera and will soon start offering 3D photo shoots for my real estate clients!

If this is your first time visiting my website, welcome! I like to update my website once a month with some recent shoots that I’ve done so people have the opportunity to see my style and approach to architectural photography. I offer packages for both Real Estate photography and Vacation Rental Photography and would love to earn your business! Hopefully talk soon 🙂

Crazy Times! I feel very fortunate that I’ve been able to continue doing what I love during this epidemic. I’ve always felt it’s important to continually share my recent work so others will know what to expect if they hire me to photograph their property/listing. With that said, here are a few recent shoots I did during the month of March.

In addition to recent real estate shoots I’ve also included some other architectural shoots and vacation rental property shoots here in East Tennessee. If you like my work I would love to earn your business! Please feel free to view my real estate packages/pricing here. or if you’re interested in getting your vacation rental property photographed please feel free to view my packages and pricing for Vacation Rental Properties here.

Kingston Tennessee Real Estate Photography for March 2020
Mascot Tennessee Real Estate Photography for March 2020

According to the Governor’s Executive Order November 22, ‘Real Estate Services’ is listed as an “essential service” and therefor I will continue accepting appointments for property photo shoots at this time. This includes photoshoots for Real Estate, Vacation Rental Properties, Hotels/Spas, restaurants and other commercial buildings.

With that said I do ask that the property be either vacant or have as few people onsite as possible at the time of the shoot. Though I’m Italian and have this “thing” inside me that wants to make some kind of physical contact with everyone I encounter – for the time being I’m not shaking hands and for the most part will try to stay the suggested 6 feet away from other people.

Now more then ever the general public will rely on photos to view market inventory. In addition to photography, I also offer video as well. You can view more information about my video services here. I will also in the next couple weeks begin to offer 3D Virtual Tours for my real estate clients.

The goal is to provide you with the tools you need to continue marketing your properties. If there is anything that you are concerned about, or have any suggestions and/or questions please always feel free to reach out to me on my cell phone. I would love to help anyway I can during these difficult times 🙂

Brad Capone
Architectural Photographer
865-229-3368

Okay… I’m posting this WAY LATE and but I feel it’s necessary to constantly post recent shoots so people who haven’t used me before know what to expect when hiring me to photograph their property/listing.

Though I only went through a couple shoots quickly from last month here is a small sampling of some images I captured during the month of February 2020.

 

If you like my style/approach to real estate photography I would love to earn your business! Please feel free to view my packages/pricing for my real estate packages here.

I just wanted to send a quick thanks to all of my awesome clients for your patience and understanding whilst I’ve been off playing in the ocean.

Last week my wife and I were able to fit in over 10 dives in Curaçao including some bucket list locations; Kokomo Beach and a night dive in Punda where we were lucky enough to spot an octopus!