Real Estate Photography

real estate photography in Grand Junction, Colorado

Real Estate

We all know most buyers shop around for houses online before they even decide to see the house in person. This is why Professional Real Estate Photography is so crucial to the real estate industry. Professional Real Estate Photography is not only for buyers, though; How you market your properties is important to sellers, too. BPetersonDesign is the premiere real estate photographer in Colorado and Arizona. We work with a vast array of clients, including hosts of AirBNB and VRBO rentals, Rental Agencies and Property Management Companies, Real Estate Offices, and even sellers of For Sale By Owner (FSBO).

Yes, we are insured!

We work closely with Colorado and Arizona Real Estate Brokers and Real Estate Agents as their regular Professional Photographer for new listings on the market or listings that aren’t moving and need updated pictures that capture the interest of potential buyers. We photograph the interior and exterior of the home and property for sale or rent. Our basic Real Estate Photoshoot Session generally covers homes up to 2,500 square foot and includes up to 25 professionally edited pictures. Smaller properties or special instances which would cause the required time involvement to fluctuate will result in either less pictures or additional charges. Homes larger than 2,500 square foot are quoted on a case-by-case basis as we will need to account for the additional time required. Additional photos are available at $10/image and must be clarified ahead of time as our photographers only take the necessary amount of photos. Combine our Real Estate Photography Services with our Drone Services and Home Video Tour for the ultimate Real Estate Package!

Beyond Real Estate

While Real Estate is a big part of the industry we serve, BPetersonDesign also serves contractors, custom home builders and renovation companies. We understand how showing a Before/After Portfolio is a huge marketing tool for these construction businesses.

Style of Photography

Each photo we deliver is called a “flambient” composite image. This means we layer multiple exposure photos using a combination of Flash Layers and Ambient Layers. 1 photo could be made up of between 2-9 raw photos. We do not deliver the basic “3 bracketed” HDR photos that many real estate photographers do. This is why our photos are much more quality, and we can take on more challenging photoshoots.

While we serve all of Colorado and the surrounding areas, we have done work mostly in Montrose, Grand Junction, Ridgway, Ouray, Telluride, Crested Butte, Gunnison, Arrowhead Subdivision, Dolores, and Durango, Colorado. The Colorado Western Slope is our specialty, but the BPetersonDesign Team works with anyone who wants to use our high end services.

Schedule your Real Estate Photography Session with our scheduling system below. You will be emailed a Client Prep List along with our company policy with your order confirmation so you will know what to expect and what to plan for. Let’s make some happy clients!

Lenses We Utilize

We understand our style is not everyone’s “cup of tea”. All Real Estate Photographers on the BPetersonDesign team all utilize similar lenses for all the homes we shoot. Depending on the size of the home, how much room we have to work with, what size of package you order, and custom features of the house – each real estate photographer on staff utilizes the following lenses:


Below are the packages our professionals at BPetersonDesign put together that best provide for our clients. Don’t see what you are looking for below? Reach out to us and see if we can put together a custom real estate photoshoot for you.

Examples of Our Work

All BPetersonDesign Real Estate Photographers are trained to use the same style and editing method. Here are examples of single photos from recent shoots we have done.
Below you can see an example of a full shoot we delivered of a Telluride Condo. We chose this shoot as an example because this 1 shoot shows everything to be expected, including: both dramatic and subtle angles, our photographer used 2 different lenses (12mm with 112° FOV and 28mm with 65° FOV), beige walls and ceiling with similar colored furniture and accents (considered a difficult shoot), light and shiny appliances and furniturewindow pullsinterior and exterior shotsmild inconsistenciesTV and fire replacements, slight distortion due to wide angle (making edges of photos appear stretched and furniture appear wider than they are), multiple rooms in 1 shot, hot spots in shiny accents, what it looks like when our included prep checklist is followed, both large rooms and small roomsbright and crisp editing style, how we capture views, etc.

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