At Highshots Photography, we specialise in providing premium quality photography of homes, buildings, and architecture. We shoot new advertisements every single day, and we know what works and what doesn’t. Our photographs have literally sold billions of dollars worth of product, with over 10,000 photo shoots under our belt, so we know how to make you money.
After all, that’s what advertising is all about, right?
We’ve worked with interior designers, holiday resorts, builders and architects, real estate agents and homeowners providing images for marketing and building award submissions. If we know we can do your project, we’ll take it on and deliver it to you on time, and on budget (unless you change your mind of course … but that’s ok, because we adapt quickly).
Who are the people behind Highshots Photography?
Pamela – Stylist and Manager
With a keen eye for detail, Pam has been styling homes for many years, and that experience pays off as she can quickly move through from one shot to the next, making sure everything is setup just right for the photographer. Pam’s other talents include photography, editing and the placement of modern virtual furniture in photos of empty houses and apartments.
Luke – Photographer and Videographer
Luke is the senior photographer and technical expert. After completing Film School, Luke decided to join the family business and hasn’t looked back. His passion is mixing ambient and artificial light to create great looking images that sell. Luke’s other talents include videography, drone flying and editing.
Rodney – Finance and Marketing Manager
So give us a call or send an email to chat about your needs, and we’ll help out wherever we can.
You might have a few questions about Highshots:
Does professional photography really make a difference to the sale of a home?
Where do you work, which areas do you cover?
How long does it take to deliver?
We guarantee to get our real estate photos to you the same day or the next business day or they’re free.
What does it cost?
How do I organise a shoot?