Each Home has its story and unique charm. Duncan Avenue Photography Studio specializes in revealing that story through professional yet artistic and creative photography all around Hudson Valley area including Orange, Rockland, Dutchess, Ulster, Putnam, Westchester, Greene, Rensselaer, Columbia, Saratoga, and Albany Counties.
Your World-Class Real Estate Photographer and Art Director Maxwell Alexander is Chief Design Officer at Duncan Avenue Group and holds Master of Arts Degree from Fashion Institute of Technology and Bachelor of Fine Arts from School of Visual Arts in New York City. Max has more than a decade of experience in branding and marketing Fortune 500 Companies and Global Non-Profit Organizations. He knows a great deal of importance of art direction and amazing photography that sells a product, plus storytelling that adds value and personality.
We don't just take pictures of your houses, we produce inspiring, artistic and sophisticated photographs that help you sell a property much faster and for more.
Even our basic Real Estate Photography packages include digital enhancement and drone/aerial photography by FAA-licensed pilots. Each of our Hudson Valley Real Estate Photography projects gets featured in the Hudson Valley Style Magazine and gives an additional exposure to your listing at no cost to you!
Our professional team uses state-of-the-art photographic equipment and lighting techniques to make your property appear as chic, modern, and spacious as possible. We use techniques that are used by numerous property photographers – techniques designed to make your home look amazing!
We bring our own professional lighting equipment to every shoot we do in Hudson Valley, we bring a selection of flashes, reflectors, and diffusers in order to perfectly flatter and highlight your property’s natural tones, colors, and features.
We use professional top-of-the-line Canon DSLR cameras, with our eclectic range of genuine Canon lenses standing by in order to select the best angle, focal length, and depth for the best image quality and your real estate photography needs.
In addition to all this, the Duncan Avenue Photography Studio offers Hudson Valley customers aerial and drone imaging, allowing us to get birdseye view angles on your real estate property, showcasing an entire estate and any landscaping features it may have.
We also include digital staging as part of our real estate photography services, meaning that we can digitally retouch your picture and artificially stage it so that it is represented in the best manner possible for potential buyers.
Duncan Avenue Real Estate Photography & Marketing Studio is here for all of your photography needs in the Hudson Valley area.
Our complete listing packages start from $500. Review our portfolio below and Contact Us to schedule your Property Photoshoot today!
Real Estate Listing Package
- + Interior Photography
- + Exterior Photography
- + Drone/Aerial Photography
- + Total of 35 Magazine-quality Digitally Enhanced Scenes
- + Complimentary Feature in the Hudson Valley Style Magazine
Photography + Marketing Video
- + 35 Indoor/Outdoor/Aerial Photographs
- + Magazine-quality Post Production
- + Aerial/Indoor Walkthrough Video
- + Soundtrack and Voiceover
- + Branded and Unbranded Versions
- + Complimentary Feature in the Hudson Valley Style Magazine
Global Branding Package
- + Property Brand Development (Naming, Logo, Brand Positioning according to the target audeince))
- + Property Website (1 year hosting)
- + Property Intro Video with professional script and voiceover in at least 2 target languages
- + World-Class Photography Package
- + Indoor/Outdoor/Aerial Photography
- + Complimentary Feature in the Hudson Valley Style Magazine (4x Print Issues and Online)
- + Social Media Campaign Setup (Instagram, Facebook, YouTube Ads (Additional advertising budget required)
Having Your Home Professionally Photographed? What to Do Before the Photographer Arrives
by Maxwell Alexander, President, Chief Design Officer, Duncan Avenue Group
The real estate market in the Hudson Valley and around the Globe has been changing rapidly, and that has created some challenges for home sellers. It was not that long ago that searching for a home meant driving from New York City all the way to beautiful Hudson Valley neighborhoods, picking up flyers and sales packets and maybe stumbling upon an open house or two.
In the 21st century, home searches are more likely to start online while at lunch break in the office than in the family car. The ease of browsing real estate listings online is hard to beat, and potential buyers can scour dozens of listings in the time it would take to visit just one in person.
The shift to online home shopping has created both challenges and opportunities. If you understand how home buyers shop and what they are looking for, then you can make your listing stand out and rise above the rest. If you fail to put your home in its best light, would-be buyers could pass your home by as they do their online shopping.
Hiring a local Hudson Valley professional photographer is one of the best ways to make your home stand out. Duncan Avenue Real Estate Photography Studio is your premier professional photography provider in the Hudson Valley area including Orange, Rockland, Dutchess, Ulster, Putnam, Westchester, Greene, Rensselaer, Columbia, Saratoga and Albany Counties. We’ll take care of making your online photographs stand out, but there are certain things you should do before the pro arrives. Here are the steps you should take while you wait for the photographer.
Secure Your Pets
If you have a dog that is aggressive, territorial or just protective, be sure to secure the animal long before the photographer is scheduled to arrive. We love dogs, and in fact, we’ve got two super hyper Jack Russell Terriers at home, however, hey could definitely get in a way of making your home look good in the pictures, especially if they are so cute that it’s just way too distracting.
Even if your pets are not too aggressive, they could get in the way during the photo shoot. Placing your cats and dogs in the basement or garage is a courtesy you should extend to the professional who will be photographing your home.
Start a Fire
If your home has a fireplace, we would want to show it off. Be sure you have a roaring fire going in each of your fireplaces before the photographer arrives.
A lit fireplace will not only make your home look inviting, but it also serves as proof that it's working correctly. A fireplace can be a big selling point, so do not sell yourself short.
Light Some Candles
You can create a homey and inviting environment even if your home does not have a fireplace. Just pick your favorite candles, scatter them around the house and light them up when the photographer arrives.
A set of tapers on the table will create a romantic setting and make your finished photographs look great. A large pillar candle in the living room will create an inviting atmosphere and encourage browsers to take a look. Use your imagination, and ask your Hudson Valley Real Estate Photography Pro for other lighting ideas when he arrives.
Light It Up
Speaking of lighting, turn all the lights on before the photographer's scheduled arrival. If any light bulbs are burned out, take the time to replace them. Set the dimmers to full power so that your home looks as bright and airy as possible.
You can let even more light in by rolling up the blinds and opening up the curtains. You want the space to be as bright and inviting as possible, and that brightness will come through in the finished photographs.
We will bring supplemental lighting with us to make sure all areas of your home look the best they can.
Clear Out the Driveway
We would want shots of the driveway, so remove any cars, trucks or other vehicles before the scheduled photo shoot. Be sure to park them well down the street, keeping the road in front of your home open as possible. Duncan Avenue Photography Studio is the only Real Estate Photography Studio that offers complementary FAA-licensed aerial/drone photography with every property or listing package.
Staging your home for open houses and private showings is important, but making your home look great in the listing photographs may be even more important. You can think of your listing photographs as a special kind of staging, one designed to draw the eyes of would-be buyers and get them to schedule a private appointment.