My Work Vs Other Professionals

March 05, 2019 0 Comments My Work Vs Others

Every property offers it's own unique challenges when photographing. Different factors such as the color/texture of the walls/ceilings, number of windows, accent lighting, furniture size and color...etc all make a difference in the approach needed to create a stunning real estate image.

Because of this, it's not always easy to compare your work to other professionals. For example, I couldn't possible compare my work to another's if I'm comparing a cabin with wood floors, ceilings and walls to a modern town home with white walls and furniture.

So when given the opportunity to photograph the same property another professional has already shot, I get a little excited and nervous. It's exciting to be able to compare images and see where your strengths and weaknesses are but also a bit nervous that a re-shoot is being requested in the first place... Is it a high maintenance agent or property owner? Will I be able to the results they are looking for? These are just a few thoughts that quickly run through my head when booking this kind of photoshoot.

If possible, I prefer to NOT look at images the previous photographer delivered. This is because I don't want to be influenced by another's approach prior to the shoot. I have plenty of time afterwards to dissect his work and learn from it. This isn't always possible though, as I need to know what problems/issues they have with the photos they received.

More importantly, and the reason for this post, I want to showcase my work and style compared to my local competition. So here are the results of 229 Red Oak Circle, Caryville, TN 37714.

Living Room

Their Work
My Work

Kitchen

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My Work

Bedroom

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My Work

Master Bedroom

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My Work

Master Bedroom 2

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My Work

Master Bathroom

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My Work

Master Bathroom 2

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My Work

Hallway Bathroom

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My Work

Home Gym

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My Work
Brad Capone
Brad Capone
Knoxville TN