Dan Snyder has worked as a location scout/manager and producer in the film and advertising world for over 25 years . Dan's past clients include film directors Ed Harris, Bob Balaban, James Toback, Hal Hartley and Don Letts, as well as clients like The Sopranos, Law and Order, The Food Network, AMC, Independent Film Channel, Lamborgini, AT&T, H&M, Lincoln Navigator, Dreamworks,The Shooting Gallery, Hungry Man, MTV, Radical Media, Bedford Falls, Free Mantle Media, Conde Nast Traveler, Mens Health, New York Magazine, Maxim and Details magazine. Dan has also been featured on the national television show Entertainment Tonight about location scouting. He has scouted the last 25 years from Pennsylvania to Northern Maine and extensively in the New York Metropolitan area. For location scouting and production Dan is now offering his services in the Adirondack Mountains of New York State. Real Estate Photography - why use a professional real estate photographer? Studies have shown that 85% of homebuyers research a home online before buying, and potential homebuyers are more likely to visit a home if the online images capture their attention. It goes without saying that real estate photos of poor quality do not sell a home. Some real estate agencies have poor photographic images representing the home they are attempting to sell. In this era of the weak real estate market this is truly unacceptable. Staging a home requires a trained eye. You want to attract the potential homebuyer, not distract them. The argument can be made that "Curb Appeal" has been replaced by "Web Appeal". Says Dan Snyder: " My unique eye for detail and imagery that captures the essence of a space has been developed while working as a location scout and a producer for feature and independent film directors, as well on advertising campaigns, music videos and national television shows. This is the great advantage I bring to the real estate market while photographing a home or business. I focus on finding those elements that give your property its unique personality. It is essential to cultivate the attraction of any potential home buyer. It is a natural progression for me to offer my services to a select clientel of homeowners, builders as well as real estate agencies, to get a leg up in this very competitive and difficult economic environment."