You may be wondering what Savannah Georgia has to do with the Real Estate Photography business of photographers Eugenie Robitaille and Steve Troletti in the Greater Montreal Area of Quebec, Canada, or the Greater Los Angeles Area of California. The good news is we’ve expanded our service offer to the Savannah, GA area servicing most of Coastal Georgia.
One of our very first opportunities was right in the heart of the Historic District of Savannah, Georgia. Blockbusters like Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil, Forest Gump and dozens more all have settings in the heart of this magnificent culturally rich little historic city.
Like many properties in Savannah’s historic district, rumors of hauntings and Ghostly Tales abound. A good part of Savannah’s tourism is based on revealing the ghostly secrets of some of the more famous homes. Therefore we were curious to see what this Historic European-style house built in 1856, had in store for us.
We don’t know if the house was home to some of Savannah’s paranormal activity, but we did have some questionable experiences. Memory cards disappeared, lights kept burning out and it sounded like papers were being shuffled on the first floor while we were working the second floor.
Photographing this historic house was a true pleasure and we are truly grateful for the opportunity to document such a wonderful part of Savannah’s history.
Coastal Georgia is home to some of the South’s most amazing properties harmoniously integrated in natural settings. There simply is no better way to showcase your properties full value than with 360-degree images in a Real Estate Virtual Tour.
I’d like to extend a BIG THANK YOU to Dr. Melissa Robitaille of Atlantic Foot and Ankle Specialists for Sponsoring our Coastal Georgia Wilderness Adventures and for taking care of my injured ankle on a moment’s notice. Conveniently located in Pooler, GA right by the Tanger Outlets.