Rachel Carter, Photographer

Real Estate Photography

Rachel Carter is a local photographer who has been involved in landscape photography for over 10 years. A graduate of Towson University in Maryland, she studied photography at Lorenzo d'Medici International Art school in Florence, Italy.

At the age of 9 Rachel built her first camera out of an oatmeal canister and using fiber photographic paper developed the black and white images manually in a darkroom.

This passion for photography allows Rachel to create the most professional, warm and inviting photos of your real estate listing. Professional photos make the home more visually appealing. If you are a realtor who is looking to attract buyers and sellers in our quaint, picturesque island locale, then Rachel Carter Images should be one of your sales tools.

Staged photography showcases interior and exterior workmanship to it's best advantage. Additionally including scenic landscapes of community amenities helps prospective buyers visualize how the home fits into the neighborhood and/or community.

Rachel Carter Images serves local realtors, property management companies, vacation rentals, architects, custom builders, and remodeling contractors.

Based in Sneads Ferry, North Carolina; Rachel Carter Images is available for projects in Eastern North Carolina including Holly Ridge, North Topsail Beach, Surf City, Topsail Island, Hampstead and Wilmington.

Check out the Portfolio page for samples of some of the homes Rachel has photographed. **

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