by Jessica Crawford

When Wow Vidtographer Jon Dorsey went out to capture media for a property in Clintonville (Columbus, OH) late in August, he knew the media would be posted on the brokerage website, the agent’s Zillow pages and other listing tools. What he didn’t know is that The New York Times would pick up the front photo for a feature on real estate listings for $450,000.

The article features three properties. One in Oklahoma, one in Massachusetts and the property in Columbus. The Clintonville home is a Tudor Revival home built in 1926 and provided plenty of cool features (both original and modernized) to make beautiful real estate photography.

“It was a great property that stood out from the moment I walked through the front arched door,” Jon said. “The couple that is selling the place got married in the back yard and later bought the place from his parents. It’s the perfect property and story to get a little national attention.”

This isn’t the first time Wow Video Tours’ has had its HDR photos published. Real estate magazines and relevant publications have printed, with photo credit, many photos by Wow Vidtographers. The wide angles, expert shots and beautiful editing make for magazine-perfect images for properties of any listing amount!


Jessica Crawford
About Jessica Crawford
Jessica has a Bachelor's of Science in Journalism and enjoys writing in her free time. She has worked in the scheduling department for Wow Video Tours since 2016.
Wow Video Tours Featured in The New York Times