Now that the property and tourism industry has progressed online, the importance of property photography is clear, photographs tell a thousand words and it is the photography which is a major deciding factor when people book holiday accommodation, and similarly if selling or renting a property. Grab their attention!
If you’re looking for high standards and quick results with most files produced within 24 hours, then please get in touch!
Property photography starts at £120 for up to a 3 bed home and add £15 per additional bedroom after that. Property photography includes exterior photography, all principle rooms and bedrooms. After 25-miles of travel from base (Hathersage, S32 1AU), there is a charge of 0.45p / mile thereafter, an estimate of costs per commission will be provided in advance.
For multi-property sites, for example, a courtyard of barn conversions, a half-day rate of £225 is charged, with £50 per additional hour over 4 hours on site. This works out cheaper for the larger establishments. If onsite for 8 hours, £400 is charged. Only time at your property is charged for and all editing is within the price that you pay.
You will be provided with a low resolution set of images for use on social media and websites, and a full resolution set of images for use in print.
Phil Sproson Photography is based within the Peak District with great accessibility via both road, rail and air. Local, national and international commissions will always be considered.
Commercial property photography of any type is often undertaken charged at £120 for the first 2 hours, then, half day and full day rates £225 / £400. After 25-miles of travel from base (Hathersage, S32 1AU), there is a charge of 0.45p / mile thereafter, an estimate of costs per commission will be provided in advance.
For regular property photography work, let’s talk.
To begin the conversation about your next project, fill in the contact form and a member of the team will be in touch:
I have lived and worked in the Peak District for most of my adult life. I know its hills and moors and woodlands like the back of my hand, and I love to explore it in every season, weather and mood. This experience means that I know how best to use the Peak District landscape and its landmarks to help you market your commercial or tourism venture. Beautiful, bright imagery is the key to making your promotional material stand out and attract attention.
Over the years I have worked with a number of local authorities and councils to provide photography for official town guides, including the Matlock Town Guide and Bakewell Town Guide. In addition, I have combined my love of the outdoors and my photography skills to provide images for a range of walking and cycling guides, including guides to the Limestone Way for Derbyshire Dales District Council, the Boundary Walk for Friends of the Peak District, the Miles Without Stiles initiative for Accessible Derbyshire and the Pedal Peak initiative for the Peak District National Park Authority. My images from around the Peak District are also featured [more]