FAQ about my Real Estate Services...
This is were you will find most of the commonly asked questions about my services. If you are unable to find the answer to you questions, please feel free to contact me at anytime. Click the link below to contact me.
1. How do I get my photos?
You are supplied a link. Here you will be able to view, pay and download your photos. PLEASE NOTE: You will also be able to download high and low resolution photos that you can go right to MLS or social media. No more resizing your photos!
2. How do I pay for my photos?
You are supplied a link. Here you will be able to view, pay and download your photos. You can pay by using a credit card and following the prompts as it walks you through the process of using the secured payment processing platform. You can also pay by cash or check the day of the shoot. PLEASE NOTE: Make all checks payable to Richard (or Rick) Ferrell.
3. What do I need to do to get ready for the photo shoot?
Great question... I have made this subject it's very own page. Click the link below.
4. Do I shoot "Head Shots" for real estate agents?
Yes, I perform many styles of photography such as Head Shots, wedding, fashion, lifestyle, destination and landscape photography as well as videos. Please let me know what you are looking for and I will meet you needs.
5. Will I travel outside of my regular area to take photos/ videos?
Yes, reasonable travel fee's can be discussed. I have been used both locally, nationally, and internationally for real estate and venues. Additionally, I have also traveled with tour company's, models, professional musicians, YouTubers, Instagramers to captures them working and at play to share there stories.
6. Do you shoot videos?
Yes, I produce videos, short films, and YouTube videos on a regular basis.
7. What equipment do I use?
I consider myself a professional so I only use top of the line brand named, professional grade equipment such as Sony, DJI, Leica, Sigma, Blackmagic Designs, and GoPro to name just a few. The pictures I shoot are huge files so that I can get the most dynamic range out of each photo. When I produce 4K videos, I shoot in 6K and then down sample the video back to 4K to get a even better image. But please remember it's not just the equipment, it is the person behind that equipment that matters. With certifications in Master Photography and Master Film Making I will get the job done.