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Georgian property photography in iconic Bath for private landlord

07 August 2017

Last Friday I was on another property photography shoot in Bath, this time taking photographs of a beautiful ground floor flat on Queen’s Parade. The owner of the property had recently had their Georgian 1-bed terrace fully refurbished and was after some professional interior and exterior images that would show off the stunning windows, original features and quaint garden area.  With a view to selling the property, and with Bath being such a competitive market, the owner expressed how they needed images that would really highlight the stunning afternoon light that the property receives.

As with all photography, light is a key aspect to any good image and so we scheduled the shoot for 16:30-17:30. Using my trusty SunCalc app, I was able ensure the sun would be in the correct position for the shoot and with sunny weather forecast, the shoot came together seamlessly on the day. A selection of low resolution images from the shoot can be seen below and the owner was delighted leaving me the following testimonial,

“Good to work with, has an excellent eye for room photos that retain some atmosphere but without looking like they’ve been worked on or altered. Highly recommend and not over priced”.

If you are looking to rent or sell your property in Bath and would like to book me to photograph your property, please call me on 07538 075784 or get in touch via my contact form. I’m available at short notice in and around the Bath area (BA1, BA2) and also happy to book in shoots anywhere in the UK. Additional images from my property photography portfolio can be seen here and here.

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Written by Philip Field

Philip is as a freelance graphic designer and award-winning photographer based in Bath, UK. Providing a bespoke, one-stop creative service for businesses, start-ups and individuals, Philip is available for both contractual and one-off independent jobs. Please get in touch today.

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