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  • Writer's pictureAJ Benson

How to Collaborate with a Real Estate Photographer to Get the Best Results

As a realtor, partnering with a professional real estate photographer is a smart move when it comes to showcasing your listings and attracting potential buyers. However, to get the best possible results, it's important to collaborate effectively with your photographer. Here are some tips to help you achieve a successful collaboration:

1. Communicate your goals and expectations: Before your photo shoot, it's important to have a conversation with your photographer about your goals and expectations. This will help ensure that you're both on the same page and that the photographer understands what you're looking for in terms of style, composition, and overall vision for the shoot.

2. Share your schedule and timeline: Make sure to communicate your timeline for when the photos need to be delivered, as well as any scheduling conflicts that may affect the shoot. This will help your photographer plan accordingly and ensure that the shoot goes smoothly. We deliver our photos within 24 hours of the shoot to ensure the quickest turnaround time for our clients.

3. Prep the property for the shoot: To get the best results, it's important to prepare the property for the photo shoot. This may involve decluttering, depersonalizing, and staging the home to look its best on camera. Your photographer may have specific suggestions or requirements for the shoot, so be sure to ask for their input and follow their recommendations. We offer a free checklist to pass on to homeowners to help them get the most out of the photo shoot.

4. Be present at the shoot: While it's not necessary for you to be present at the shoot, it can be helpful to have you there to provide feedback and make sure everything runs smoothly. This can also be a good opportunity to get to know your photographer and establish a working relationship that can lead to future collaborations.

5. Review the photos and provide feedback: After the shoot, your photographer will likely provide you with a selection of images to review. Take the time to carefully review the photos and provide feedback on what you like and what you would like to see changed. Be specific in your feedback, but also be open to your photographer's suggestions and expertise.

By following these tips, you can ensure a successful collaboration with your real estate photographer and get the best possible results for your listings. Remember that effective communication and collaboration are key to creating compelling and engaging images that will attract potential buyers and help you stand out in a competitive market.


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