Real Estate Photography Marketing Package Now Includes Free Drone Photos for Utah Real Estate Agents

Real estate drone photography has been something that agents desire for their listings to set them apart from the crowd. Now, that more and more real estate photographers are getting their drone license, it's now relevant to make these photos free.
Utah Real Estate Drone Photographer Ben Accinelli
Utah Real Estate Drone Photographer Ben Accinelli
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PROVO, Utah - March 15, 2018 - PRLog -- Ben Accinelli's digital media content services now includes free drone photos when you opt in for the real estate photography package. Drone photos shouldn't be the only reason why you get this package, but it's definitely a game changer since most, if not all, real estate photographers charge extra for aerial photos of the listing property.

It goes without saying that professional real estate photography is necessary to make your listing stand out from the crowd. There's a difference when a photographer uses good glass along with photography techniques and someone who's using a point-and-shoot camera taking photos from eye level angling down throughout the property. It's a skill that only the trained can see and take, and not only that, it's a skill that more and more people are quickly developing so they can enter into the real estate photography market.

What most can't get into, that will set them apart, is drone real estate photography. Drone photography, when done correctly, can capture angles of a home that can better convey what the property looks like than the traditional DSLR camera. People don't really care so much about the megapixels and small intricacies of the exterior of the home as much as they do knowing what it looks like in the whole spectrum of the neighborhood and city. This allows you to use a "pro-sumer" grade camera like DJI's Phantom 3 Professional or Phantom 4. You could go with the more professional Inspire 1 series, but that's overkill since the megapixels won't matter. The MLS and your local online classifieds will require that an image be so large in order to support the upload of your photos.

The key to getting into drone real estate photography isn't learning how to operate the drone nor purchasing one—it's getting licensed to operate the drone for commercial use or in other words, in exchange for money. Having a drone license makes you a better drone pilot because you'll then be aware of getting proper air clearance for the property and more responsible when flying your drone. Another reason to get licensed is because then you'll be qualified for drone insurance which may come in handy for if your aircraft goes awol or falls and damages property. The drones I listed above have great photo quality and if you know the basics of editing RAW images, you can do some serious damage (a good thing in this case) in the real estate photography market.

When I edit and deliver real estate photos to my clients, I'll make two folders—one with high resolution photos maximizing the megapixels of my camera and another with low resolution photos so they can upload to sites that have restrictions on photo sizes. Making these two copies are done at no extra cost and only adds value to the services I provide.

Adding drone real estate photos for free in my package sets my services apart from the rest. Some may say that I'm cheapening my services for doing so, but I feel that as more real estate photographers are becoming drone licensed for aerial photography, the competition will get bigger if I don't acquire clients now. Also, it adds value to my services while everyone is scrambling to get their license for their services. If you want more info about what comes with my real estate photography package, visit my site at

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