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How to Prepare Your Home for a Photoshoot: Tips and Tricks

Updated: Dec 21, 2023

Preparing your home for a photoshoot can be exhausting. The day the photographer arrives is one of the most anxious times before you rent or sell your home. Everything has to be completely ready by the appointment time.


As a photographer, it's common to attend on the day of a photoshoot to find the landlords/agents frantically trying to finish the last steps. If you have ever been in this position, you understand the stress.

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Clients work hard to get to this point of the renting/selling process without much chaos. They use checklists to make the home look outstanding before the photographer arrives.


One of the most important things to know about your professional property photographer is that they are indeed

artists. They can make your home look amazing with their skill sets.


When your property photographer arrives, they will walk the house and spend some time searching out the most important aspects to highlight potential buyers. Seasoned professionals have developed a unique ability to identify the home's pros and cons. They know how to showcase the property's best attributes. Their experience and photographic gear allow them to manipulate light and space to make your home look as big and bright as possible.


Since your photographer is an artist, you will get significantly more out of their services if your house is entirely ready when they arrive. Artists can get distracted if they have to rearrange and tidy rooms before a shoot.


You want their attention to be focused on a bright and clean home, not on the work it takes to get the house to that point.


To get the most out of your professional property photographer, follow our pre-photoshoot checklist. It will help ensure that your house is photo-ready for the great moment.

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