West Georgia Real Estate Photography
LaGrange, Columbus, Auburn & surrounding areas
My real estate photography packages are designed for clients looking for the highest-quality real estate images. By blending the available natural light with a touch of off-camera flash, images look realistic and natural with good color accuracy and enhanced window details. This “flambient” technique works well for all properties, and it is especially well-suited to higher-end houses with spacious rooms and open floor plans.
Prices from $140
Homes up to 1700 sq ft (~20 images) – $140
Homes 1701-2200 sq ft (~25 images) – $165
Homes 2201-2700 sq ft (~30 images) – $190
Homes 2701-3200 sq ft (~35 images) – $215
Homes 3201-3700 sq ft (~40 images) – $240
Over 3700 sq ft/Commercial – Request Quote
Serving Troup, Harris, Meriwether and Muscogee Counties and LaGrange, West Point, Lanett, La Fayette, Pine Mountain, Auburn, Opelika, Warm Springs, Manchester, Waverly Hall, Hogansville, Valley, Cusseta, Columbus, and surrounding areas.
If your location is more than 30 miles from West Point, GA, a small travel fee may apply.
Number of images may vary slightly based on the size and layout of the property. Time on site ranges from 1-3 hours. Images are delivered in MLS-ready format through an online gallery, often within 24 hours. Please read the full Terms & Conditions before scheduling your shoot.
Ready to book? My online scheduling system makes it easy to check availability, book a shoot & get appointment reminders!
Download My “Picture Perfect” Checklist
As a courtesy, I have created a pre-shoot checklist for agents & sellers to help you prepare for your real estate shoot with Belletti Photography. Appointments are typically booked “back-to-back,” and preparation prior to my arrival will ensure you get the most photographs taken during your appointment time.
Choosing a Real Estate Photographer
Is this your first time hiring a professional real estate photographer? Or maybe you’re not 100% happy with the images your current photographer is providing. There are some specific things you can look for as you review portfolios. Check out my Guidelines for Hiring a Real Estate Photographer to help you make an informed decision.
Even with the best quality work, decisions often come down to budget, availability and location. Even if I’m not the right photographer for you, hopefully these tips will help!