DFW Realtor Brand Photography: Featured Branding Session

Hello there! I’m so excited to share this shoot with you. As a personal brand photographer, I enjoy helping newer businesses really start to define a brand image. Working with established brands that already have clear branding guidelines is a lot of fun. But there’s something special about working with a business on its first-ever branding photoshoot. And that’s exactly what I got to for this DFW realtor brand photography session!

Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex realtor Kristin Collins launched her real estate business three years ago. Even though real estate has always interested her, Kristin actually started off in the beauty industry. However, when she ultimately switched to a realty career, she discovered that she’d already been honing precisely the skills she’d use as a realtor. Kristin’s beauty career taught her stellar analytical and problem-solving skills, as well as patient perseverance. Now, Kristen uses these skills to help clients realize their buying, selling, and investing dreams!

Kristin is still defining her brand image. So, she needed me to capture headshots, portraits, and in-action shots she could use for marketing and social media. She wanted to include some of her tools of the trade, like her laptop and phone. Also, we needed to get some shots of Kristin prepping a home for showings. So, using my personal brand photographer’s planning template with its scene-divided prop list, we created a detailed plan for the session.


  • Portraits
  • Headshots
  • In-action shots
  • At-work photos

Stock & Seed, a DFW-area natural light home studio, was the perfect modern, inviting location for Kristin’s session. There were so many great scene backgrounds that capturing variety in this DFW realtor brand photography gallery was easy. During the shoot, I used my go-to tips for posing with props to keep Kristin’s at-work photos looking and feeling authentic. Overall, I’m so happy with how these final edits turned out!

Whether you’re a brand looking to upgrade your image or a brand photographer hoping to learn a thing or two, I hope you’ll keep an eye on my blog for more featured sessions and educational content. Also, brands can learn more about my brand photography process and packages here. Or, brand photographers can click here to find essential resources and valuable products to level up your business. Until next time, friends!


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