Naples Florida real estate photographer:
Sun Services SW
Jon Kreider from Sun Services SW commercial photography in Naples, Florida, has been a real estate photographer in Naples for 2 years.
Jon Kreider’s professional and non rushed approach to real estate photography produces high quality images. His consistency and attention to detail help agents to produce a brand for their listings that reflect integrity and respect for their sellers.
Where we work:
Sun Services SW is based in Naples, Fl and covers the entire Southwest Florida area including Marco Island, Bonita Springs, Estero, Cape Coral, Everglades City and Fort Myers..
Our ideal clients:
- Real estate agents
- Rental / property management
- Hotels / resorts
- Small businesses
What areas do we cover: Naples and southwest Florida
Get in Touch with Sun Services SW
If you would like to speak to Jon Kreider from Sun Services SW 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 – Friday 8am – 6pm
Saturday 8am – 6pm
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Testimonials for Sun Services SW:
We are very happy we have found Jon! His attention to detail and professionalism has made working with him a very enjoyable experience. Jon understands how important timing is and makes it a priority to send us the presentation in a very timely manner. Both our team and our customers are blown away by the quality of his photos. We look forward to continuing our partnership. John Egan, South Bay Realty Naples, FL
Jon has proven to be an amazing partner in showcasing our listings. He has created amazing tours of both our listed properties for sale and rent, and the neighbourhoods where they are located. His attention to detail is the best in the business. He doesn’t miss anything! He provides a prompt response to any request, and his turn around time is simply the best. He’s become a trusted partner of The Garlock Group team! Lesley Garlock, The Garlock Group, Naples FL
You did it again!! You are
our lucky charm. 98th is
under contract … one day
on the market with your
photos!Steve & Lisa Pearl, The Pearl Team, Naples Fl
After seeing Jon Kreider’s work on several MLS listings of properties with which I am familiar, I asked him to redo the photos previously taken for a very moderately priced, and vacant listing. The difference between his photos, and those previously taken by another real estate photographer are truly amazing.
His lighting brightened the space, his focus on the smallest details presented the property as a great value in a beautiful neighbourhood.
He is the best, and I’ll use him for all my future listings. Nancy Kamenick, South Bay Realty, Naples FL
An interview with Jon Kreider
How would you describe your photographic style?
Evolving from a passion for underwater and travel photography, my photographic style is a combination of natural lighting and flash. This, combined with the latest editing software and techniques, produces realistic and detailed images.
What’s your standard workflow when doing real estate photography, from arrival at the location through to delivery of the images?
When I arrive at the property, if it is occupied I will have a brief chat with the owner and the representing agent to discuss expectations and get an idea of what aspects of the home they are proud of. Then we start with all lights on and fans off and after a quick walk through moving some small things and checking windows and window coverings I generally start at the entryway and work my way through as if I am touring the property. This not only provides a flow for my images, but assures I don’t miss any angles or aspects of the home.
I approach the exterior in the same manner and if there are any amenities in the neighbourhood I make sure to stop and catch them either coming or going.
Once back at the desk, the images are transferred to a folder dedicated to that property, backed up and put through the editing process.
When they are ready for delivery, they are uploaded to a virtual tour host and an invitation to the tours and images is sent directly to the agent. Here, the agent has full access to the tours for editing and adding information as well as to the images for downloading and sharing.
How important is Photoshop or digital editing to your process?
Photoshop and Lightroom by Adobe are nearly half of my workflow from start to finish. Lightroom is essential for cataloging and adjustments to the images and Photoshop is used for blending layers and touching up every image.
What do you enjoy most about photographing real estate, architecture and the built environment?
I get the most satisfaction in Real Estate Photography when I create an image that not only represents the home, but highlights and brings the beauty of the property to the attention of the viewer. I love it when I hear from an agent that the property just went under contract after listing with my photographs.
What advice would you give to someone in Naples who was selling their home?
Listen to their real estate agent and work with them closely when it comes to preparing your home for photography, video, open houses and viewings.
What do you most appreciate about your role as a real estate photographer?
Knowing that I played a definitive role in helping the customer sell their product, whether it be in real estate or commercial photography.
Real estate photography
Real estate video tours
Jon Kreider grew up in Southwest Florida, spending most of his childhood in the Everglades City, Fl area. After going to school at the University of Florida, he returned home and began a commercial fishing business.
In 2001 he sold that business and bought the best underwater camera he could find, moved to Honduras in Central America and began a career in underwater photography and scuba diving. Within a few years he was teaching scuba diving and underwater photography. These skills, along with being a boat captain allowed him to travel the world, working in the dive industry and teaching underwater photography.
In 2013 he returned home to Naples, Florida with his wife and their son. He has been working in the real estate industry here in Naples ever since.
Facebook posts by Naples photography company Sun Services SW
Sad to see an #OldeNaples landmark business going away. Many afternoon hours spent at our son's favorite shopping spot "the pirate store"
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Naples just doing what Naples does...makes being this beautiful look easy!
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Just a friendly reminder that Turtle Nesting Season is in full swing! Every year beginning in May female turtles begin to arrive and lay their eggs. They crawl up on the beaches and this continues through October.
This video shows a Hawksbill Sea Turtle (Eretmochelys imbricata) feeding. Their grace and beauty is meant for the sea and they need all of the help they can get when the time comes to come up and lay their eggs!
• Limit night activities on the beach during nesting season
• Do your part to keep the beach dark at night. Homeowners or renters of beachfront properties should limit the use of lights at night for exterior windows and doors facing the beach. No lights or bonfires on beaches at night.
• Do not approach, disturb, or touch nesting females or hatchlings. If you witness a sea turtle emerging from the surf or digging a nest, remain quiet and at a distance. Movements, noises, and lights can easily frighten away a female turtle, possibly causing the nesting attempt to be aborted. Never stop a sea turtle that is returning to the water.
• Do not interfere with hatchlings heading for the water, as this can weaken them and increase mortality.
• Take back what you bring: lounge chairs, umbrellas, coolers, litter, etc. Beach furniture, litter, debris, and fishing line are barriers to already exhausted females and can prove to be deadly if they become entangled in them.
• In the ocean, litter, such as plastic bags and balloons, is mistaken for food. Sea turtles can ingest this debris and suffocate or starve to death. Some litter may cause entanglement and ultimately prove to be fatal. This is also a cause of concern for all marine life, and coastal and offshore birds.
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Naples Bay Resort on a beautiful morning showing off its new paint...
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Really like what they did to Winterberry Dr on #MarcoIsland!
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