Will Desert Lens shoot my not-so-centrally located property?

Probably! Areas we serve include Phoenix, Scottsdale, Fountain Hills, Carefree, Cave Creek, New River, Anthem, Morristown, Sun City, Surprise, Peoria, Glendale, Goodyear, Buckeye, Mesa, Chandler, Gilbert, Queen Creek, San Tan Valley, Gold Canyon, and Apache Junction.

We may be willing to make a longer venture out of town throughout Arizona, though (especially if you’re in the mountains, we love hiking and mountain biking).

If your location isn’t on the list, call us at (602) 753-4818 and ask!

What are your turnaround times?

Weekday shoots:

Weekend shoots:

What should I do to prepare for the photoshoot?

Click here to view our home prep checklist.

Who owns the photographs?

Desert Lens LLC retains the copyright to all our photographs. This is standard practice in our line of work. Some real estate photography companies are very strict about how and where their photographs can be shared, but honestly, we’re down with you flaunting them around wherever you want as long as you don’t sell them to someone else.

Is there a cancellation fee?

Only if you cancel within 24 hours of the appointment. As it’s important our photographers can plan their day, cancellations within 24 hours of the appointment are subject to a $79 cancellation charge.

What's the difference between a standard photograph and a TruLens® Photograph?

A standard photograph is a single exposure of a scene. The problem is even the best cameras can only take in but a fraction of the range of light the human eye can with a single exposure.

A TruLens® photograph is achieved through combining multiple exposures manually adapted by our photographers to capture the entire range of light in each unique shot. The artful combination of these multiple exposure into one shot allows us to express the entire range of color and light in a single image — A Trulens® Photograph.

We call this expansive, adaptive, start-to-finish process TruLens®, and we are  excited to share our state of the art photographic approach with The Valley of the Sun.

Where are those photographs on the TV's from?

Local Phoenix photographer, Erika Maurice, generously allowed us and our clients use of some of our favorite desert shots of hers. You can find her portfolio and prints at erika.gallery or follow her on Instagram @erika.gallery.