Real Estate Photography by Michael Kojoori

 Commercial and residential real estate photography, serving the Clark county Las Vegas Nevada region.   

Dawn/Dusk and Night Photography

              Some properties possess scenic views and an environmental ambiance.  Time is critical to conveying that experience.  Las Vegas is blessed with dramatic sunlit mountain ranges, mesmerizing clouds and vibrant city lights of the Las Vegas Strip.  This type of photography is labor intensive and requires punctuality.   However, the results are often breathtaking.


A' la Carte photography

              A' la Carte photography, is intended as a supplement to the quick-shoot packages.  Situations arise, where neither package will suite your needs.  One may  supplement these packages, on a per photo basis.



Quick-Shoot  25

               A quick-shoot is intended for those who require quality photographs, under time or budgetary constraints.  The photographer arrives at a scheduled time and photographs the entire property within (1) one hour, depending on the layout of the property.   A quick-shoot consists of a total of  25 interior and exterior photographs.   The distribution of photographs is dependent on the size and construction of the property.   In general, a 2,000 Sq-ft property will require 6-8 exterior photos, front/rear and 17-19 interior photos.   The interior photos will cover the master bedroom/bath, the living-room, kitchen, and other notable features, at the photographers discretion, unless requested to do otherwise. 

*Two optional Packages.

            Scheduling is required for this type of shoot, as the photographer requires access to the interior of the property.   Acceptable means of access are; presence of the occupant/owner, or lock-box access code provided by realtor/property management personnel. 


Full-Shoot

         A full-shoot is intended for anyone who wishes display one's property in attractive detail.  General applications of a full-shoot include; virtual tours/slideshows, website publication, printed materials and MLS photographs. 

               A full-shoot consists of a sufficient number of photographs to describe the property in detail.  The number of photographs varies with the size and complexity of the architecture.  On average, a 2,000 Sq-ft property requires approximately (25) twenty-five photographs.  The photographer uses professional lighting and photography equipment to create high quality images.  Care is taken to show relationships between living spaces, while highlighting attractive aesthetic features of the home.  The photographer will capture both exteriors and interiors of the property in multiple perspectives, to provide an immersive viewing experience. 

         A full-shoot is an intensive photography project, which requires a number of hours to produce.   On average,  the photographer requires (1.5) hours per 1,000 Sq-ft of property.    Scheduling is required for this type of shoot, as the photographer requires access to the interior of the property.   Acceptable means of access are; presence of the occupant/owner, or lock-box access code provided by realtor/property management personnel. 


Web-Tours

        A Web-tour is an optional enhancement addition to any photography services provided.  A web- tour is an elegant way to showcase a property.   It consists of a high resolution slideshow presentation of the property with music.  Furthermore, it provides valuable web traffic and location data, helping your client make an informed decision.  With all the features it provides,  you'll appreciate the marketing value it brings. Visit my sample tours page.  The link is provided below.

Sample Tours


Panoramic Photography

         Panoramic photography consists of stitching multiple images in either a vertical or horizontal format.  The images are stitched together using specialized software to create extremely wide and expansive views, up to 360 degrees.  Photographs are made using specialized equipment to eliminate distortions, which are natural optical limitations of cameras and lenses.  Panoramic photography for architectural purposes is a particularly difficult and time consuming process, due to the difficulty of creating even illumination within interiors of properties.  Due to the demanding nature of this type of photography, it is usually reserved for properties which have significant architectural or locational aesthetic quality.