Photography by Jen Coates

Photography by Jen Coates Asheville Architectural and Real Estate Photography by Jennifer Coates

Asheville and outlying area real estate photography. We focus on natural light and minimal editing to achieve the most realistic images possible. No smoke and mirrors, no HDR processing. Book online: jennifercoates.youcanbook.me Photography and OnlineTour Includes: - Client-side editing of tour - Over 14 years photography and editing experience

Part 1 of photos from our triphttps://www.flickr.com/photos/28645446@N04/sets/72157660900718535
01/19/2016
Barcelona

Part 1 of photos from our trip
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Our trip to Spain and France, October - November 2015

09/05/2015

After three years of taking real estate photographs, I have decided to take a step back, have a break, travel, and create.
I appreciate everyone I have worked with during this time and wish you success in all that you do.
My photography work will continue part-time for select clients.

New drone law passed for people using them in real estate.A 10,000- fine if you do not get a license (from here on out)....
09/03/2015
NC House passes bill that regulates drone usage

New drone law passed for people using them in real estate.

A 10,000- fine if you do not get a license (from here on out).
So if you use one for your business you have to get a new license that takes 1-6 months. You have to have a licensed pilot with you when you use a drone.

The Board of Realtors is also going to require a permit or license on top of the FAA one for selling video/images off of them, but that has not been passed yet.

"..will require state permits paired with licenses from the Federal Aviation Administration, which is developing guidelines to allow commercial drone use nationwide."

http://wncn.com/2015/08/15/nc-lawmakers-look-to-pass-drone-regulations/

As drones become more popular across the nation, North Carolina lawmakers are working to create regulations for the technology. The State House passed Senate Bill 446 this week that develops guidel...

How much work goes into real estate photography? A lot. Here is a short article about one photographer.I have to disagre...
08/07/2015
How to become a Real Estate Photographer > Career Options – Job Shadow

How much work goes into real estate photography? A lot.
Here is a short article about one photographer.

I have to disagree on one point though..income.
For two years I worked full-time as a freelance photographer and the most I made was in the mid-20's. Then subtract from that the taxes at the end of the year. I was hovering at the poverty level.

On average I did 6-10 homes a week. (10 was the max for me)
But after you subtract bills, gas, food, wear and tear on your car, insurance, advertising, and the occasional equipment replacement it comes down to making about $10-$12/hr.

It depends on the area you live in and the type of photography you are doing. I've research what people charge per session across the U.S. and it ranges from $300- to $50-
Some even get a part of the commission from the sale of the home! Architectural photography pays more and requires a much higher skill set.

Read as Rita Alfonso talks about her career as a real estate photographer. Find answers to questions like “How much do real estate photographers make?” and

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