Featured Photographers

Featured Property: A traditional masterpiece in Park Hill

For HomeSmart Cherry Creek agent Nina Kuhl, an opportunity to list a home like the one at 5130 E 17th Avenue Parkway doesn’t come along every day. Located in the historic area of Park Hill in Denver, this 1920s English Tudor style home is one of the gems that really make this neighborhood unique. This […]


Photographer Spotlight: Jordan Spencer

We’d like to introduce you to the newest photographer to join the Mediamax team, Jordan Spencer. While Jordan has been working with our company for a few years processing and delivering photographs to clients, he has just recently started photographing homes for Mediamax. Jordan says the most rewarding part of the job is that he […]


Photographer Spotlight: Cami Rosine

For Cami Rosine, photographing real estate isn’t just a way to capture a space, it’s an opportunity to create a mood. And the mood she prefers is happy and carefree. This works well for marketing homes, because the goal is to convey a property as warm and inviting, and to entice people to want to […]


Photographer Spotlight: Master Photographer Nate Koerner

Nate Koerner’s motto is one you may have heard before: “Never look back, unless you are planning to go that way”, by Henry David Thoreau. For Nate, it really sums up his approach to his life and his work.  Nate says, “I really try to be present, be in the moment, and be relaxed.” He […]


Photographer Spotlight: Jeff Davis

When it comes to photographing downtown Denver, Master Photographer Jeff Davis really knows his stuff. Jeff has been photographing properties downtown and all over Denver since 2002, and after all that time, he still loves his job. Jeff became a photographer for Mediamax 15 years ago after meeting Mark Schow, Mediamax’ owner and founder, in […]


Selling Paradise: Promoting A Property’s Greatest Assets

Most of the time, a good front exterior is your first impression of a home for sale online. It gives you a comprehensive view of what you’re getting, and that “curb appeal” that is so very important. But sometimes it’s other features of a home that are going to sell it, and it’s important to […]


Photographer Spotlight: John Koliopoulos

The first thing people say upon meeting Mediamax Master Photographer John Koliopoulos is that it’s very obvious that he cares. While that may not be the first requirement you think of when considering hiring a real estate photographer, it turns out it may just be the most important. John has been shooting real estate photography […]


Doing It Right The First Time: Why Jerry and Debbie Ballard Treat Every Property Like Luxury

We all understand the concept of doing things right the first time, but in real estate that philosophy couldn’t be more true. Being a real estate agent means getting things done quickly, and getting them done right. There’s little time for do-overs, and delays in any part of the marketing process can have major consequences.  […]


Neutral But Not Boring: Adding Interest To Your Marketing Photos

Recently, we published an article on keeping wall colors neutral in the properties that you are marketing, and encouraging sellers to see the property from the buyer’s perspective. This is definitely still the best way to sell a property, but may leave you wondering how to make your marketing photos stand out.  Inman recently published […]


Keeping It Neutral: How Paint Color Affects The Sale Of A Home

There are many factors involved in the sale of a property including the location, price, and age of the home. In addition, staging and de-cluttering can increase what buyers are willing to spend. But did you know that something as simple as the color of the paint could be affecting how fast and for how […]