St. George Utah Real Estate Photography

  • Capone Photography
  • Capone Photography

About T. Photography

Why use professional real estate photographer Teressa Sorensen

  • High Quality Photography

    High Quality Photography

    The next generation of "curb appeal" is here. Teressa's stunning real estate images attract more potential buyers then a fresh coat of paint. Looking at her portfolio you will see that not only does she have an amazing eye and pure talent for beautifully capturing a properties interior, she also has the ability in that same image to display some of Southern Utah's most magnificent backdrops through the windows.

  • Fast Turn-Around

    Fast Turn-Around

    Not only is Teressa super easy to schedule with, but you'll get your images the next business day! Usually real estate photographers take forever to get images back to their clients, but T Photography delivers your images super quick with zero sacrifice on quality.

  • Affordable Price

    Affordable Price

    I know it's crazy right? High Quality Professional Real Estate Photography with a Fast Turn-Around and at a Affordable Price! You running out of reasons to give Teressa a call? Go ahead, check out her pricing plans, review her portfolio and give her a call today!

What Agent's Are Saying...

  • Brian Hickman (Realty Executives)Having been in the Real Estate business for many years, I have used several photographers to take pictures of our new listings.  Teressa is by far one of the best photographers we have ever used.  Her pictures are excellent and the quality is great!  She always shows up on time and is very upbeat and positive.  I would recommend Teressa to anyone that is serious about having high quality professional photo's taken.

    Brian Hickman (Realty Executives)

Recent Work

  • 435-E-Crestview-Cir-22.jpg

    Red Rock Twilight


    Here in Southern Utah we are known for our red rocks and the beauty they have. If you have ever watched the red rocks as the sun sets you will know that they change all these wonderful different colors and glow as the sun is setting. This happens in a matter of minutes. When you have a fine home like this one that has such an amazing view out its windows you have to plan your time wisely making sure you know what areas you want to shoot at what times. I knew getting the view out all of the north facing windows including the living room, while it was still light out, was important, so I did those while I waited for the sun to set. I then went to the back yard to grab some beautiful sunset landscape photos. Knowing what angles and what to and not include make all the difference in creating these works of art!

    After I finished up the back yard there was one of my favorite photos I was waiting for. I really love being able to catch enough of the outside from the inside while it is dark, yet sill showcasing the inside nicely lit up. This is something you need to wait for. If it is to light or dark out you will not be able to grasp the effect of the pretty night sky. The Other trick to photographing the architecture with such large beautiful windows  while grabbing the outside is to make sure you have the right angle so you can stand in areas with your  camera and flash and they will not show up in the window.  If it is not possible there are clearly other tricks I use as a professional real estate photographer. I love how my photos turned out and the inside lights reflect in the window, while still  being able to make up the pool and red rocks in the back yard.

    Night time photography is generally done in HDR (High Dynamic Range). If you use HDR during the day on the inside of  a home it will make your photos flat and lack the clean crisp look that using flash provides. However using HRD at night in a home creates this amazing sparkly twinkling glow that is just beautiful! Knowing what settings to have your camera in will make all the difference. Now night time twilight photography on the exterior of the home can be done in all different ways. Having experience with what your photos will look like depending on how dark it is is very important to achieving that awesome twilight and lets me call myself a professional.


    read more

    • 3402-W-250-N-6.jpg
    • 3402-W-250-N-7.jpg
    • 3402-W-250-N-8.jpg
    • 3402-W-250-N-9.jpg
    • 3402-W-250-N-10.jpg
    • 3402-W-250-N-11.jpg
    • 3402-W-250-N-12.jpg
    • 3402-W-250-N-14.jpg
    • 3402-W-250-N-15.jpg
    • 3402-W-250-N-16.jpg
    • 3402-W-250-N-17.jpg
    • 3402-W-250-N-19.jpg
    • 3402-W-250-N-20.jpg
    • 3402-W-250-N-21.jpg
    • 3402-W-250-N-22.jpg
    • 3402-W-250-N-23.jpg
    • 3402-W-250-N-24.jpg
    • 3402-W-250-N-25.jpg
    • 3402-W-250-N-26.jpg
    • 3402-W-250-N-1.jpg
    • 3402-W-250-N-2.jpg
    • 3402-W-250-N-3.jpg
    • 3402-W-250-N-4.jpg
    • 3402-W-250-N-5.jpg

    Laundry Room Special


    Here in Southern Utah I shoot homes on a weekly basis in Hurricane. This particular fine home  had been very well taking care of. Making this an easy shoot for me. Walking through the home I noticed the homeowner had staged the  home very well. It was done in a way that you knew some one lived in the home, but it was not done in a way that the average home owner could’t picture themselves living in the home.  Often times I will have to get creative in showcasing the home at its best and hiding the homeowners stuff. For this home is was not a problem. I was simply able to  shoot the angles I wanted with out compromising anything.

    One of my favorite features this home had was the window out the laundry room. This is not something I see often. However given that it was the laundry room the space was small and I needed to be strategic with where I placed the camera and triggered my flash in order to avoid having my figure be a huge reflection.  I wanted to make sure you have a great view of the exterior while also noticing the interior of the laundry room.  Not that having a window in the laundry room is on every home buyers list, but it is definitely one of those little extras that will make a buyer fall in love.

    While walking through the home I noticed that the walls were more a peachy yellow color that I knew would end up ruining the final image if I didn’t light the spaces properly. This can be particularly difficult when trying to capture an outside view as well as lighting the interior.  Knowing how to use your lighting and the settings on your camera to your best advantage is something this is extremely helpful and has a great impact on your final image. Given the location of this fine home in Hurricane I knew capturing the slight outline of the mountains out the windows would help the agent sell the home. Everyone wants a view!

    read more


  • Blog_red_logo-01_0
  • Prudential-logo
  • homepage-retina
  • remax