Photographer Inquiry Form
Hopscotch Interactive, LLC is a photography and real estate marketing company located in the SF Bay Area.

We are recruiting photographers in both Northern and Southern California who would like to work for Hopscotch Interactive, LLC on a freelance basis for real estate photography.

Please fill out the intake form below, and we will contact you to discuss your interest. Even if you don't yet have the right equipment or experience, we still want to hear from you! We are building and growing, and you may still have a role that you could play as we grow our services and coverage area. We are always on the lookout for talented photographers.

If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact us!
Email address *
Name *
First and last name
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Company Name
Please share your company name, if none, leave blank
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Location *
Please share your local service area city name, state, and zip code (e.g. Berkeley, CA 94707)
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Email *
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Phone number *
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Do you shoot real estate, and own a camera body that is capable of shooting 5 exposures with HDR auto-bracketing? *
Please list your camera body & the wide-angle lens(es) that you use
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Do you own or have access to a Matterport Camera?
Do you own a Ricoh Theta Camera? If so, which model?
Are you a Zillow 3D Certified Photographer?
Do you have an FAA Part 107 license for flying drones commercially? *
Do you own a drone for photography?
Do you carry your own general liability insurance?
Do you carry an errors & omissions insurance policy?
Do you maintain an active business license?
What is your local service area range? *
Number of Years Matterport Experience *
Number of Years with Real Estate Photography Experience *
Number of Years with Drone Photography Experience? *
Number of Years with 360° Photography Experience? *
Feel free to share a link to your website, or examples of your work (optional)
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How did you hear about us? *
Anything else you'd like us to know? Questions? Feel free to add that here.
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