To launch properties to market, you’ll need photos. If you didn’t get chance to take them before the lockdown measures, the only way around this in the current climate is to ask your client to take them themselves. That thought will no doubt fill some of you with fear! But it shouldn’t do, if you learn some simple tips yourself that you can then teach your customers.
Alex Stretton of Elements property marketing joined us on 16th April for a session full of tips you can pass on to your vendors, landlords or tenants, including:
– Camera settings to get the best results (or phone settings, if your client doesn’t have a camera)
– Composing shots like a pro
– Quick tips for enhancing images
Watch the recording via the video module above.
Other helpful resources
Alex’s Guide to How To Photograph Your Own Home – FOR YOUR VENDORS / TENANTS
This webinar was specifically geared towards helping your customers take great photos in the current situation. Here’s a recording of Alex’s previous session aimed at people using a more professional DSLR camera:
I’m the Founder at Elements, a property marketing company dedicated to helping agents and property pros market more amazing. Making things better is my passion, whether that be property listings on the portals or my single-handed backhand on the tennis court.
Having seen the industry from many viewpoints; FCA authorised equity release advisor, Auction Assistant, buyer, seller, landlord, EPC surveyor, floorplan provider and, my favourite, property photographer extraordinaire – I know what’s important when it comes to property marketing.
Since 2013, I’ve committed to helping agents across the UK love their listings through speaking engagements, blogs, training and our core services offered at elementsproperty.co.uk
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