Monday, February 22, 2021 / by Anne Rose
Salina's portfolio includes studio portraiture, military training and exercises, criminal investigative and forensic photography, event documentation, weddings, and natural light family photography. Since 2019, she has been doing real estate photography.
She often jokes that if she was able to capture amazing and sharp images of active Marines training and also toddlers on-the-go, stunning photos of stationary homes are a breeze!
Salina has found a new passion in showcasing properties through her lens. She believes her inherent attention-to-detail and well-developed eye set her apart from other real estate photographers. She is as concerned with the background and foreground of images as she is with the primary subject. She pays very close attention to the composition and lighting of the elements in a room to ensure everything works together for the most flattering representation possible.
A picture may be worth a thousand words, but in real estate it may also be worth thousands of dollars.
Photographs can make a difference in how long your home stays on the market. High quality and well-choreographed photos communicate a sense of quality in the home, as well. Salina's goal is to create alluring and attention-grabbing images that sets your home apart from the competitors – pique the buyer’s interest into taking the next step of contacting the agent to get it sold.
Salina is originally from North Florida, but lived in just about every corner of the United States before settling her family in Hampstead upon retirement from the Marine Corps. She has two children, a son attending Appalachian State University and a daughter attending middle school in the Topsail district.
Visit Salina's real estate photography website.