Estella Sneider, a real estate photographer that serves the LA and Beverly Hills rich and famous occasionally sends me her tours to show what she is doing. It's always fun to see the mega-estates that Estella gets to shoot. Wow, what fun, I'm envious!
Estella says the market in these estates is slower than it used to be but they are still selling. Here are the homes she has shot in the last couple of weeks:
Estella's work has really improved since she started sending me samples of her work a couple of years ago.
The feedback that I gave Estella on the www.9280nightingaledrive.com property is that I think it would add to the elegance and smoothness of the tour to have only landscape mode images that fit the tour's viewing area. I find it visually distracts from the presentation of the when the flow of landscape images is interrupted when portrait mode images or even landscape mode images that don't fill the viewing area. I think she has enough strong landscape images in this tour that it wouldn't hurt to loose the portrait mode images and the narrow panorama landscape image (the one just before the image above) that doesn't fill the screen. What do you think? Am I being too quirky? Do you have any other feedback for Estalla? When you are presenting a $18 M property I think the tour should take your breath away!