Real Estate Photography, How should you prepareposted on 11 August 2013
Post written by iMAGECLOUD Member Craig Newman, Entendre Productions.
Selling your property is all about presentation and buyer perception, When pictures say a thousand words you want them all to speak positively.
To get the most out of your real estate photography shoot we recommend following a few easy tips to prepare your home before our photographer arrives. By doing so, you will ensure your home is presented in this best possible light, increasing the likelihood of it being sold quickly for a premium price.
When is the best time for my house to be photographed?
Work out when your home looks best, morning, afternoon or dusk, and organise your photography accordingly.
To get the most out of a dusk shoot, make sure all lights are working both indoors, and outdoors and turn them all on before the photographer arrives.
Just before the photographer arrives…
Open the curtains, turn on the lights including table lamps and the range hood, close toilet lids, remove all pets and turn off televisions. Water the garden, and ensure washing is taken off the line.
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