Realty Graphix is dedicated to creating effective, inspiring photo and video imagery of your real estate. It’s universally recognized among real estate professionals that quality photographs and video of properties is critical to selling a property quickly and for the highest price. Our goal is to capture your real estate in the best possible way. With the dominance of the Internet in real estate marketing, photographs are likely to be your best means to capture the interest of a potential buyer. We want our photographs of your property to appeal to the buyer so they’re already planning their new home!
With over 30 years as professional photographers, we’ve traveled the world with our cameras. We’ve been the exclusive photographer for entertainment giants, been published in international magazines, photographed million dollar artwork and automobiles, and much more.
Even with all those great experiences, it still comes down to the fundamentals. The most important skill in photography is mastering the light. That doesn’t come included with the latest-and-greatest digital camera. It takes years of work, a disciplined approach with clear vision, patience to make effective compositions, and a strong sense of timing to create successful photographs consistently. That’s what we bring to each assignment.
Aerial Photography & Videography Services
We also offer complete sUAS drone imaging services for:
- Real estate marketing
- Property inspections – including roofing & solar panel installations
- Industrial inspections
Certified by the FAA under Rule 14 CFR part 107 for sUAS (Small Unmanned Aerial Systems)
Why is this important for the client? A few reasons:
#1 is LIABILITY. Simply put, drones can and do crash. No matter how well one prepares the equipment, mechanical things fail. Or Mother Nature gets involved. When a drone fails, it might simply drop like a really cool looking rock. Depending upon where it hits, maybe there’s no damage. Or maybe it drops onto the middle of your client’s Lamborhini engine hood. Even worse, maybe it hits someone. And then there’s the dreaded “fly-away” when a drone breaks away from the ground-based control and simply “flies off” to wherever. Eventually it’s going to return to earth, with uncertain consequences.
Here’s the question you need to ask yourself: In the worst case, do you want to be liable for any mishaps?
An FAA-certified Remote Pilot knows what is necessary for a safe flight and will take the necessary steps to ensure that even if the unforeseen happens, it’s as much of a non-event as possible.
The certified remote pilot will…
- Respect FAA-controlled airspace
- Maintain polite relations with neighbors – and THAT reflects well on you!
- Understand pertinent FAA regulations and get waivers when necessary
- Have insurance – something that the “hobbyist” is far more likely to skip.
For more information and to schedule your project, please contact us at (858) 551-5151 (office) or (858) 232-5200 (cell)