photography delivers photos that are as close as possible to what the human eye sees. When you’re inside a house with many large windows, our natural eyes have the ability to simultaneously see the shadows inside and the highlights outside of a room, as shown in the images to the right.
Unlike our eyes, the downfall of photography is that most cameras do not have the ability to see these highlights and shadows at the same time. Using LX Photo, we take multiple bracketed exposures of every scene, capturing the details within the highlights and shadows, then merge those photos together to create a high dynamic range photo, that represents what we would see with our natural eyes.
Don’t be fooled by those who produce unrealistic LX Photos. We take pride in manually blending together each exposure to composite a true to life color accurate image. Let us take your photos to the next level.
Whether its a small to a huge estate, condo, commercial building etc., we take as many photos necessary to cover the space allowing you a choice of what to use for your marketing. Retouched, resized, optimized and delivered ready to go and sized for mls, web and print.
Luxury Homes Photography Team excels in several areas of the video production process, including post production and compositing, as we focus to create immersive, cutting-edge media experiences. Utilizing the latest in production facilities, software, and video editing equipment, our talented team has the means and capabilities to meet any video challenge.
Many times we are called out to photograph a property and although a photo does a create job capturing the space it doesn’t compare to video. Though motion, sight and sound the viewer gets to see your vision of what the feel of the property should be. You may have a Tuscany style home that needs classical musical to represent its feel or you may have a high rise penthouse which needs an upbeat atmosphere. Either way we can make sure through our talent to produce a final video that represents the property to the fullest.
A little more than seven years ago, James Cameron’s Avatar changed the way we look at movies with 3D technology that made action on the screen more realistic and immersive than ever before. Countless movies have followed suit (including a sequel planned for next year) but 3D technology is about more than just entertainment. It’s a way to show off luxury homes to prospective buyers.
When it comes to luxury real estate, It’s vital to produce 3D tours in the best quality possible. While there are a number of cameras on the market capable of capturing 360-degree imagery, LHP’s photography team uses a specially designed Matterport camera. It’s equipped with numerous lenses and lasers to record the view from every angle in vivid detail. The photo shoot is conducted in prime lighting conditions, with every element easily seen. The data is scanned, captured and combined into the 3D model.
The uses for the technology are varied. It’s a great way for a prospective buyer to get a realistic view of the home before stepping foot inside the front door. 3D tours are also perfect for out-of-town buyers looking for a vacation home or investment and generally aren’t in town for a personal tour. LEI also uses the technology as a resource for its in-house team, having an accurate view and information on a property readily available within the click of a button.
3D tours are just the tip of the iceberg. LHP plans to incorporate new technology as it comes available, giving both buyers and sellers new tools to find success in the luxury real estate market.
Viewing a 3D tour allows you to see the entire property in many different views modes. The first is the “dollhouse mode” – an angled bird’s eye view. That same overhead view can also be viewed flat in “floor plan” mode. From either starting point, the view can zoom-in so you’re inside individual rooms.
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