JORDAN SPENCER

Jordan went to school for architectural drafting a design, and has spent much of his career photographing architectural abstractions, which means breaking down an architectural piece to its very core pieces and photographing a specific detail of a building. This has really prepared him for shooting residential and commercial properties for Mediamax, as it has become second nature to pick out and highlight the features of a home or building that are unique.
Jordan’s background in post production gives him a unique perspective when photographing homes, as he’s able to advise agents and sellers on which things are important (and which things not to spend time on), and the things that can easily be adjusted or photoshopped after the shoot. While photoshopping is a great tool, he also recognizes that it should be used ethically. He says the main goal of the post process for him is to add the “sizzle” to the final photos.
Jordan enjoys the challenge of photographing a property accurately but also artistically, and appreciates that this balance is really making an impact on someone as they transition out of their current home and onto the next chapter of their life. As a self-proclaimed perfectionist, Jordan believes that real estate photography is the best kind of work for him, and hopes to continue doing it for years to come.
Jordan says the most rewarding part of the job is that he sees the direct impact of his work, when his photos help an agent and their clients sell a home. He appreciates this “business” aspect of photography, but also loves that it is the combination of the business and art that go into the job.

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