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

In alphabetical order, we serve: Arvada, Aurora, Boulder, Broomfield, Brighton, Castle Rock, Centennial, Cherry Hills, Commerce City, Columbine Valley, Conifer, Denver, DTC, Englewood, Evergreen, Glendale, Golden, Greenwood Village, Highlands Ranch, Ken Caryl Ranch, Lakewood, Littleton, Lone Tree, Longmont, Louisville, Loveland, Morrison, Northglenn, Parker, Sheridan, Thornton, Westminster, and Wheat Ridge.

If you’re outside our service area, give us a call at 408-710-5038 anyway! We are probably willing to venture further out to your property (especially if there’s good hiking or mountain biking nearby), we’ll just have to charge a more substantial travel fee.

What are your turnaround times?

Weekday shoots:

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What should I do to prepare for the shoot?

Click here to view our home prep checklist.

Who owns the photographs?

Denver 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.

What are your cancellation, reschedule, and no show policies?

We have a $79.99 fee for canceling or rescheduling within 24 hours of the appointment. If the photographer arrives and finds the property inaccessible or not ready to shoot there is a $99.99 fee. These fees are to protect our photographer’s abilities to plan their day and the opportunity cost of filling space on their calendars.

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 Mile High Area.