2008 - Associates of Science
- Ashton Woods
- Darling Homes
- First Texas & Gallery Custom Homes
- Highland and Horizon Homes
- Windsor Homes
- Dallas Arboretum
Google Trusted Photographer
- Shoemaker and Hardt
- East Dallas Crossfit, Dallas
- Jones Walker, Dallas
- The Bottle Shop, Dallas
- The Truck Yard, Dallas
- CrossFit Strong, Dallas
- OrangeTheory Fitness, Plano
- Paragon BJJ, Dallas
The photos turned out amazing with what you had to work with!
I'll definitely be calling again soon!
-Teresa Waterman, Nathan Grace Real Estate
"Courtney Scholari photography has photographed my home on several occasions and has done an excellent job. Great work and very professional. Will continue to use for future projects."
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Exceptional DFW Real Estate Photography – FAST!
My name is Courtney Scholari. I have been a real estate photographer in the DFW Metroplex since 2013. Photography has always been a hobby, and thanks to luck and a leap of faith, I have now joined the ranks of professional. I provide top-quality, beautiful photographs for residential and commercial architectural sales, as well as, grow positive relationships with fellow industry professionals. Not only are my days spent doing what I love, but I'm part of a process that grows my local community.
Why real estate photography? I love lines and architecture has the best lines. Perpendicular or parallel, straight or angled, putting the viewfinder to my eye and finding the lines that accentuate architecture the best is a challenge that I love to accept.
A Bright Start to 2018
Expertise.com listed Courtney Scholari Photography as one of the top 14 independent real estate photographers in the DFW metroplex. I'm honored once again, as this is the second time in three years I've received this recognition. See the article here:
Courtney Scholari Photography was featured in VoyageDallas Magazine, an online publication featuring local businesses. I am very pleased to have been asked to speak about my professional life to date as a real estate photographer. You can read the article here: