Listing Photography The Need to Knows

FACT: First Impressions Matter

The front of the home is the most important shot

Getting the shot: things to consider:

Light & Bright - light from the outside and light from the inside should be as close as possible

Framing the shot: Get wide

Fit as much in the shot as possible: most easily done with a wide angle lens or gymnastic lessons.

Framing the shot: Get lower

Try and get the lines even, done by bringing the camera down lower than your typical eye-height.

Look for the details

  • Toilets -- Seats down or avoid altogether
  • Cars and trash cans removed from drive
  • DeClutter Declutter Declutter!

Nobody knows the home better than the homeowner

This is your client's home and your client's stuff, the best pictures will come from clients that participate in the preparation of listing shoots.

Why use a professional?

  • Strengthens your Marketing Plan
  • Special Lighting/Photo Editing needed
  • Professional Real Estate Photographers know the optimal angles to portray the home and lifestyle

Credits:

Elyse Sheppard Pickett Marketing

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