real estate videography
Hotels & Lodges
Real Estate Videography for all types of Properties
Baithe Photography began in 2015 focusing solely on photography, and over the years this has changed for a number of reasons. First, clients are looking for other methods of representing their properties, and although stills are still the most in-demand, sometimes a video or drone shot complements it well. Secondly, decent fibre internet has become more commonplace, and people can handle bigger sized media.
While we’re still hanging back on the drone side of things (due to tricky laws in place) we have started offering video walkthroughs. 360º shoots aren’t appealing yet (for numerous reasons) but that will surely come next. In some cases we partner with certified drone pilots (please don’t use hobbyists commercially!) but in most scenarios ~24 photos and a good video will give you a decent feel for a place, and that usually suffices.
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Now that you have seen our work, decide if you would like to use us for your own property. We quote for free, are flexible, and would love to see your marketing dreams realised.
We would love to showcase all the images we have ever taken but that will take far too long! So we hoped the above is enough for you and if it wasn’t then you can browse through over a hundred blog entries detailing our lengthy travelogue across the country and beyond. Asia, Europe, Africa, the Americas… we have done it all. Last places to visit for photography include: Antarctica, South America, & Iceland!
the long read
Take a break from all the images and read about some other shoots we’ve done
Long Street | Cape Town CBD
This apartment in Cape Town’s CBD had one of the best (or close to) views I had experienced in Cape Town. Beauty in all directions and such a treat to watch the whole story of the life of the sea. Of course, the home was stunning, as per usual with such lovely apartments.
Paradyskloof | Stellenbosch
A large, well-maintained home this family abode was the scene for our first shoot out that way. The owners were looking to sell and emigrate to Germany and spent an awful lot of money on flowers and other things to make the home look great on the day.
Lemoenfontein | Karoo
On an epic road trip from Joburg, via Kimberley, and through the Central Karoo this was one of the many stops on the way. A real escape from the city life, yet just outside Beaufort West, it has the benefit of seclusion but with the N1 in the far distance. Certainly must return here again one day!
Mountain Lodge | Klein Karoo
Would you believe that in under an hour’s drive north from Port Elizabeth you could be at the gate of a farm in the Karoo? Well, you can and, better than that, you can stay at this mountain lodge. We spent a day up here taking photos of two of the accommodation options.
Guest House | Port Elizabeth
Pebbles is a fantastic B&B in the idyllic Schoenmakerskop area of Port Elizabeth. Much like Hermanus, Scarborough, or Franschhoek this seaside suburb tricks you into thinking you are well away from the city. You would be forgiven for thinking you’re not.
Bryanston Home | Johannesburg
An exquisite boutique hotel situated in The Crags – just outside of Plettenberg Bay – Tamodi Lodge is a stunning and secret gem with breathtaking views. Shot in pouring rain, the forests seem greener, and the light much softer. Added to that, the staff were so lovely to work with.
Guest Lodge | Nelspruit
This wonderful guest lodge in Nelspruit was a fun, quick project on the way into the Sabi Sands and Kruger Park. It was interesting seeing what could be done in under an hour of fading light, but what provided even more pressure was the enticing smells of dinner!
Eden’s Touch | Knysna
Eden’s Touch is a small farm encompassing seven or so log cabins for city dwellers to escape to the “countryside”. When you’re there you wouldn’t believe the N2 is a mere five minutes away! We spent an hour here doing one of the more relaxing shoots to date.