Real Estate Photography Guide
You get just one chance to make a great first impression. If you’re not happy with the quality of your real estate listing photographs, and hiring a professional photographer is not feasible, this guide should get you onto the path of better, eye-catching images that help to sell houses.
This is a basic guide for real estate agents, brokers, and homeowners. It is not intended to turn realtors into photographers, so it is not filled with a lot of technical jargon. It is 42 pages of simple, easy to understand suggestions on composition, exposure and focus/sharpness with lots of examples. No matter what kind of camera you are using, you should be able to improve the quality of your photographs by following this simple guide.
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Free Home Prep Guide
Whether you hire a professional photographer to shoot your listing or decide to do it yourself, the home should be prepped by the homeowner before your arrival. For liability purposes, neither the photographer nor the agent should be moving the homeowner’s belongings around. Having the home prepped ahead of time will save you a lot of time. Having it done after you have already arrived can double the amount of time you spend in the home, so it’s in everybody’s interest to have the homeowner do it in advance.