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Real Estate Photography FAQs

Can I stay at the property during the photography session?

It’s best for the homeowner to leave during the session to avoid disruptions. We can work more efficiently, and it’s less stressful for everyone involved. Specially for sunset shoots, no one should be at the property for these high end shoots, people coming and going WILL show up in the photos.

Once the photographer arrives, and has a brief walk through (10 mins) they will begin shooting the house as it is. Any delays means the photographer may have to come back and an extra call out fee be added.

What should I do to prepare my property on the day of the photography session?

On the day of the session, ensure that the property is clean, well-lit, and free from clutter. Open all curtains and blinds to maximize natural light and consider turning on all interior lights. Remove personal items and minimize distractions.

How can I make my property’s exterior look its best ?

Curb appeal is crucial. Trim the lawn, remove any debris, clear walkways, and consider adding fresh flowers or potted plants. Make sure vehicles are not parked in front of the property.

What about pets? How should I handle them during the session?

Pets can be distracting during a photography session, and some buyers may have concerns If there is any hints of pets. It’s best to remove Dogs from the property during the session, and their food & beds.

How can I help the photographer understand the property’s unique features and characteristics?

A brief walk through with the photographer before the session can be helpful. Usually this is with the vendor or the agent. Share any specific selling points or unique features of your property that you’d like to showcase in the photos.

What should I do with personal items like family photos and personal memorabilia?

Temporarily remove or hide personal items to depersonalize the space. This allows potential buyers to envision themselves living in the property more easily.

What If It’s raining on the day of our shoot?
We check forecasts hourly! But we are not weather men at the end of the day. We will try our best to get the best possible weather for you, this means we may need to reschedule from time to time. Please be aware this may happen OR we may go ahead and be able to work our editing magic too.

Turn around times

It can take 24-48 hours to edit a basic shoot & 48 – 72 hours to edit a high end shoot. (Business hours only) Please be aware of this when booking as high end properties do take more time to process.

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