Preparing for a Real Estate Photo Shoot

Today’s buyers start their searches online, yet text is not enough. It has been claimed that 93% of all human communication is visual, and the brain processes images 60,000 times faster than it does text. Great photography connects quickly and on an  emotional level. When video and photography are involved, things should be neat and pretty as the home will visually receive some very important guests—the potential buyers. Proper real estate images do not lie, and they put your listing’s assets in a good light. To get the best results, just follow the simple checklist below:

The following should be done when the photographers arrive:

Kindly orient the photographer around the house and let the photographer know of any specific instructions. Photography is an art so it’s important to let the artist/s do the work without any interruptions as much as possible. Avoid asking too many questions during photography, asking to see the camera images as well as meddling with the equipment. Keep away from the camera’s view unless asked by the photographer to be in the shot. Have questions? c we’ll be happy to help.  

Reference: https://www.business2community.com/digital-marketing/visual-marketing-pictures-worth-60000-words-01126256

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