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I have done a lot of this.  In the earlier years working on the local newspapers it seemed to me about a third of the paper was crammed with pictures from estate agents advertising properties for sale.  In between press jobs, we often had to go to houses and photograph a property then rush the pictures back to the paper to meet a layout deadline on an advertising page.  We could do that because we were used to rushing back to process films to meet deadlines for news stories.

In later years I did work for the property pages of the Mail on Sunday and The Times.  Some of those pictures are displayed on this website.

It is completely different now.  Houses, bungalows, flats or apartments all need to be properly photographed in detail to appear alongside the many thousands of properties to be found advertised online.  Sadly not all estate agents use the service of professional photographers and it really does stand out; those that do and those that don’t.  Just like a good office receptionist is often the first contact with a client, so a good picture of a property is the very first thing to catch the eye of a potential purchaser.

It really is simple.  You call or email me with an address.  I meet the agent at the property looking to be marketed.  I ask if there are any specific pictures required.  I photograph the property while it is being measured up for the agent’s description page.  I go off and edit the pictures then email them to the agent who invariably finds them waiting in their emailbox on returning to the office.  Job done!

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Tavistock House, Repton Park, Chigwell, Essex
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Tavistock House, Repton Park, Chigwell, Essex
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Tavistock House, Repton Park, Chigwell, Essex
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The front of the barn conversion at Bulmer Street, Bulmer in north Essex
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The front of the barn conversion at Bulmer Street, Bulmer in north Essex
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The hall of the barn conversion at Bulmer Street, Bulmer in north Essex
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The upstairs of the sitting room of the barn conversion at Bulmer Street, Bulmer in north Essex
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An upstairs bedroom in the barn conversion at Bulmer Street, Bulmer in north Essex
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The main bedroom upstairs in the barn conversion at Bulmer Street, Bulmer in north Essex
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The beautiful north Essex village of Thaxted
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The Guild Hall and church in the beautiful north Essex village of Thaxted
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17 Town Street situated in the beautiful north Essex village of Thaxted
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Part of the outside of 17 Town Street in the beautiful north Essex village of Thaxted
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Part of the outside of 17 Town Street in the beautiful north Essex village of Thaxted
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The sitting room at 17 Town Street situated in the beautiful north Essex village of Thaxted
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The main bedroom at 17 Town Street situated in the beautiful north Essex village of Thaxted
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The kitchen breakfast room at 17 Town Street situated in the beautiful north Essex village of Thaxted
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Timber A frame house design by Mr Richard French at Stone, Essex
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Timber A frame house designs by Mr Richard French at Stone, Essex
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The plaques on the front of Anna Sewell House, 125 Spixworth Road, Old Catton, Norwich, Norfolk. The house used to belong to authoress Anna Sewell and here she wrote the novel Black Beauty.
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The rear of Anna Sewell House, 125 Spixworth Road, Old Catton, Norwich, Norfolk. The house used to belong to authoress Anna Sewell and here she wrote the novel Black Beauty.
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The front of Anna Sewell House, 125 Spixworth Road, Old Catton, Norwich, Norfolk. The house used to belong to authoress Anna Sewell and here she wrote the novel Black Beauty.
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The front of Anna Sewell House, 125 Spixworth Road, Old Catton, Norwich, Norfolk. The house used to belong to authoress Anna Sewell and here she wrote the novel Black Beauty.
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The sitting room in Anna Sewell House, 125 Spixworth Road, Old Catton, Norwich, Norfolk. The house used to belong to authoress Anna Sewell and here she wrote the novel Black Beauty.
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The drawing room of Anna Sewell House, 125 Spixworth Road, Old Catton, Norwich, Norfolk. The house used to belong to authoress Anna Sewell and here she wrote the novel Black Beauty.
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Bradwell Lodge, Bradwell-on-Sea, Essex
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Bradwell Lodge, Bradwell-on-Sea, Essex
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Bradwell Lodge, Bradwell-on-Sea, Essex
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The kitchen/breakfast room of one of the riverside apartments on The Island development at Brentford Lock in Middlesex.
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The kitchen/breakfast room of one of the riverside apartments on The Island development at Brentford Lock in Middlesex.

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