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Hannah Morris Photography

Property Photography


95 per hour (allow 10-15 mins per room).
Includes a CD in presentation tin of all photos in hi-resolution .jpg files (unless another file type is specified).

Trying to sell or rent your property or holiday cottage?

Sellers need every advantage over their competition in our current economic situation. Staging your property and having a home-magazine style photoshoot for your website or letting agent would give you the edge.

In many cases, the difference between a properly presented and well advertised home, and one where the seller has made no effort, is the difference between an offer and no offer.

If your property is on Mull then Hannah is able to arrange the hire of a telehandler at a reasonable rate for aerial photographs.

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Hannah took the photographs for these websites:

Killoran House Hotel
Java house For Sale
www.coastalpropertiesforsale.co.uk
Sian's holiday cottage
Arle Lodge Holiday accommodation ~ www.arlelodge.co.uk
Sonas House B&B ~ www.sonashouse.co.uk

Do you run a Hotel or BnB and need some new photos for your website or leaflets? With Hannah's love for interiors and architecture and knowledge of how to stage a room to show functionality and atmosphere, your property will be shown at it's best. If you have great views Hannah is even able to digitally merge two images together to show the inside and what's outside your window.

For more information on prices, services or commissions please contact Hannah at the office on: 01680 300299 or email: Hannah Morris Photography

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Hannah Morris, photographer, specialising in weddings, trash the dress shoots and fun family portraits, based on the Isle of Mull via Oban



About property photography.
Property and landscape photography is slightly easier than portrait photography because the subject does not move !

One has to be careful with the position of the lighting so as not to create distracting shadows in the wrong places. Often there is very little natural light coming through the windows so table lamps in the room can create a warm glow.

Although the subjects are static, Hannah still uses a tripod for the shots as this enabled her to increase the aperture, thus letting more light in -great if the day is quite dull. Views, if needed, can be digitally enhanced to create more blue in the sky. Most shots are taken with a wide angle lens.

By contrast, photographing a smaller property brings problems all of its own. The shots of smaller properties are closer and attention to detail is particularly important, as it will show if there is the slightest mark on the wall or crease in the bedspread. "The rooms need to be free of the owner's clutter, with just a small detail such as a book on a table or glass of wine to draw the eye to the centre of the picture" - Hannah