These images were used to market this beautiful home in our local MLS.Read More
I'm fortunate enough to get to make photographs for home builders who pour their heart and soul into their work. This completely remodeled kitchen shows what happens when attention to detain meets great design.
The breakfast nook at the far side of the photo was actually a porch before the remodel.Read More
I love my job! Being a real estate photographer in the Raleigh area almost doesn't seem like work. I get to see some of the most beautiful homes all carefully prepared to look their best to compete on the local real estate market.
This bathroom is a perfect example of why I enjoy what I do so much.Read More
I absolutely love the way this image from a recent real estate photography job turned out! You might already know how much I like single point perspectives. And this photo was perfect for that type of composition.
The leading lines along the floor and ceiling that pull the eye to the alcove with art work on the far side of the room give this photograph a ton of energy and balance.Read More
Just like any other genre of photography, when photographing interiors, composition is king. A good composition can save an otherwise technically mediocre photograph. Most people will look for what's in a photograph first and then make any judgements about how well lit or exposed it is after they've evaluated the content.Read More
Good architectural design goes a long way toward making a space more pleasing to use. Just a few extra inches in the right places is sometimes all it takes to transform a typically tight area into one that has just enough breathing room to give it a huge bump in enjoyability.Read More
Welcome to the new look! It's been a while in the making, but I'm finally done and am proud to present to you the brand new Bob Fortner Photography website. I had a couple of goals in mind when I started this project. One was to find the best way to showcase my architectural and interior photography for potential new clients to investigate. The second was this blog.Read More