Congratulations! You've booked your shoot day - now it's time to start preparing for your Residential Interior/Exterior session. Since these images may be your customer's first impression, here's what you'll need to do to make it a great one.
Hire a service or enlist friends and family to thoroughly clean your property. Pay special attention to:
Repair or replace
Missing light bulbs or drawer pulls, scuffed walls and floors, holes, peeling plaster, paint, or wallpaper, shredded or broken window treatments, faded or worn linens, sagging shower curtains, etc. will all draw attention to the wrong area of a room. Your property is worth more than the small price of these improvements.
Hide or tape up cords and cables so they don't hang down and distract attention. Put away remote controls. Tidy up bookshelves. Your session time and investment are better spent allowing me to capture what's best about your home or property rather than waiting for items to be shuffled from one room to another.
On shoot day
Your care and creativity in preparing for our shoot let's me give you more custom image options. Whether you intend to sell your home or generate rental income, professional photography will add value to your investment.
As always contact me with any pre-shoot questions. See you on shoot day!