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San Francisco Real Estate Photography

Some homes will produce a beautiful photo no matter where I point my camera. This home is one of those. As a real estate photographer in San Francisco I meet a lot of challenging conditions. The only challenge with a home like this is to decide where to point my camera next. Being a Victorian Bungalow in Ingleside Terrace already gives this home a lot of character. Don’t let the descriptor “Bungalow” fool you. This place was huge! With over 2,800 sqft of living space this home offered many photo opportunities. See the bonus room with the high ceilings and window transoms! However, the homeowners took lovely care of this home and updated throughout the years. The expert agent prepared the home for it’s presentation to the market flawlessly. When it was my turn to capture the home through my lens and produce high quality real estate listing photos, my job was a snap. Check out the sky replacement on the front photo! To see more about my real estate photography services and all my other services I provide in the San Francisco Bay Area please check out my website here: Rick Rowland Photography  Also, be on the lookout for the 3D virtual tour I did for this property. Will be posting it soon! To view the listing for this home see the real estate listing ( it was in contract at the time of this blog post) for this home click here: 60 Urbano Dr., San Francisco

1,300 sqft Home in San Mateo Packs A Lot of Punch!

This was a home I photographed a while back and revisited the photos today. I really like homes like this where every inch of livable space is utilized. This house was photographed on a rainy day, but it still didn’t lose its sunny charm!

Turning Gray Skies to Blue Skies

This Winter has been an exceptionally wet. There have been record breaking rain totals and drought busting storms. This has been good for the farmers and those who depend on the rainfall, but not so good when it comes to showcasing a home. That’s where I come in. The real estate market doesn’t stop and these homes have to get listed. Real estate agents want to showcase their listings as best as they can and when the skies are unpleasant, they turn to me. Here is another example of my excellent sky replacement technique.