Greenville South Carolina real estate photographer: RE Imaging SC
Robert Nix with RE Imaging SC in Easley, SC has been a real estate photographer since 2019 and certified drone operator since 2018. Robert has been involved in photography for over 25 years.
Robert provides professional real estate imaging services, including quality aerial and ground/interior photography, 3D virtual tours, walkthrough/flyover video tours,
Instagram reels, photo slideshows and more.
Where we work:
RE Imaging SC (which stands for Real Estate Imaging in South Carolina) is based in Easley, SC. Services are provided for the greater Greenville area as well as
Anderson, Spartanburg, Pickens, Clemson and the Upstate of South Carolina.
Other service areas are included as well - if your location isn’t mentioned, reach
Our ideal clients:
- Real Estate Agents and Brokers
- Commercial Property Owners
- AirBnb Property Rentals
- Business Owners
- Construction Companies
Real estate and commercial video: Greenville, South Carolina
What areas do we cover: Greenville, Easley and surrounding areas
Get in Touch with Robert Nix from RE Imaging SC
If you would like to speak to Robert from RE Imaging SC in Greenville, you can call him on the phone numbers listed below, or fill in the contact form and he will get in touch with you as soon as he can.
Monday to Saturday8:30am - 6pm
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Social Media: RE Imaging SC
He did a GREAT job of capturing this house at a reasonable price. Turnaround was
pretty quick too!
Kyle HicksAs a realtor in the upstate of SC, I find it so easy to sell my properties with the help
of Robert! He does such a great job and always goes the extra mile. I highly
recommend Robert, you won’t regret it!
Robert takes beautiful pictures!!! He’s amazing! He can do video’s and drones as
well!! And his pricing is reasonable! You won’t be disappointed!
Fantastic person and so talented!!! Will continue using his service!!!Pamela Nalley
Robert does an amazing job at creating the most detailed, beautiful and
professional drone videos! If you’re looking to put your house or property on the
market I would highly recommend him! Having a video of your home or property
definitely has a bigger appeal!
An interview with Robert Nix
Tell us a little about yourself.
I’ve been fascinated with photography for many years. I became a Radiology
Technologist in 1997 and I chose that career because of my love for photography.
I’ve done many types of photography such as portrait, wedding, landscape and
abstract. I’ve been a real estate photographer for several years, and I’ve been full
time in real estate photography since May of 2022.
How would you describe your photographic style?
The most common style of real estate photography is HDR, which is bracketing 3
to 5 photos without added light. I’ve shot HDR style early on in my career, but currently I photograph with a style known as flambient, which is photography
using flash and ambient light.
What's your standard workflow when doing real estate photography, from arrival at the location through to delivery of the images?
When I arrive on location, I generally speak to the agent and/or homeowner to
determine if there are any additional instructions or notes for the project. I usually
then will do a quick walkthrough of the property and ask that all lights are turned
on, blinds are opened, and no ceiling fans are turning, and if this can be done
while I’m shooting the exterior photos. Most often I shoot the interior shots last.
Once completed, the images are fully edited and prepared, and are delivered
electronically along with a property website the next day.
How important is Photoshop or digital editing to your process?
Software programs Photoshop and Lightroom from Adobe are the two standard
programs in the photo editing industry, and I use both. Although I do the majority
of my work with these two programs, I do also use other editing software
programs as well.
What do you enjoy most about photographing real estate, architecture and the built environment?
I enjoy lines and angles in real estate and architectural photography. Unlike other
types of photography, buildings have a comforting connection in the image - lines are straight, angles are intriguing, patterns are repeating, etc.
What has been the most memorable photo shoot you've ever done?
I remember the biggest house up to that point that I’d ever photographed. It was
10,000 square feet I think, and the property was absolutely stunning! I enjoyed the beautiful open staircase and the pool and pool house in the back.
I did the exterior and interior photography as well as aerial imaging and interior/drone videography of the property - it was definitely an experience!
What's the funniest thing that's ever happened when you've been on a photo shoot?
The funniest thing I remember was, while shooting a property once with the family at home, I photographed the child’s bedroom. I usually take at least two shots per image, and I was in the little girl’s room (she was probably about 4 or 5 years old).
I took the first shot which was without flash, but the second shot I took was with flash. I didn’t see that the little girl was on her bed, and she didn’t move until the flash went off! I think the flash scared her almost as much as she scared me when
What advice would you give to someone in Greenville who was selling their home?
In today’s market, gone are the days when agents or homeowners take their own property photos with their cellphones. I believe that more and more agents are
understanding the importance of professional images when selling properties - the best advice I could give a homeowner trying to sell their property is to remember that a picture is worth a thousand words. Make sure that the images that you’re showing potential home buyers are professional.
What do you like to do away from work?
When I’m not shooting photos for real estate, I enjoy getting out and seeing rivers and waterfalls. I like shooting landscapes and nature scenes for fun, and since the advent of drones, I’ve been able to see things from different prospectives.
I also enjoy using action cameras such as the GoPro, which allows me to leave my moreexpensive gear at home and get underwater and risky shots that I wouldn’t want to attempt otherwise.
Real estate photography
3D home tours
Walkthrough and drone videography
I’ve had a passion for photography for many years. I enjoy the art as well as the technical aspect of the craft, and I enjoy learning how to use new technology.
Being able to show someone a piece of art created with a camera is very satisfying for me, and paying close attention to detail is something I’ve always enjoyed.
With the new technologies introduced in photo editing software, I enjoy creating images that are in many cases even better than the original image, such as being able to remove unwanted elements, or even add elements that were not in the original photograph.