What camera (or sensor) type do you need for property photography? If you’re a more advanced photographer, you may have come across the terms “crop sensor” and “full frame”, and the various features of each. Read more >
In a tough property market, you have to be exceptional to survive. There’s no room for average.
One of the simplest and most effective things you can do to turn your average listings into exceptional listings is to focus on property photography. Get your photography right and the benefits are numerous. Read more >
Obviously, custom branded floorplans are seriously cool. Here’s why. As well as giving your potential buyers a better idea of the size and layout of a property, they also show your attention to detail as an estate agent. Read more >
As an estate agent, you’ll know that floor plans are an essential addition to your listings. They give a clear idea of the size and layout of a property and help potential buyers to imagine themselves living there. Read more >
How important is blue sky in property photos? Probably more important than you think! Online property listings and window displays only give you a few moments to wow those potential buyers. While you may not be able to control the terribly changeable British weather when it comes to house viewings, you can control the weather in your property photos. Read more >
Admit it. You kind of hate using Metropix. You’re an estate agent with a passion for selling property, not making floor plans. This isn’t what you signed up for. So now you’re googling “alternative to Metropix” in the hopes that there’s an easier way. Well, you’re in luck! There are a few options available. Read more >
Metropix – heard of it? Tons of agents use it but how does it work? Is it any good? And how much does it cost? So, you’re sketching out floor plans. Chances are you’ve heard of Metropix as tons of estate agents and floor plan providers use it to convert hand-drawn sketches into finished floor plan files. Read more >
From 2019, 80% of internet traffic will be video. Make sure you, the savvy estate agent (yes, that’s you!), are doing your part to buck this trend. We have a nifty new service to help you market your properties using video. We call it Video Slideshow. Read more >
So you appreciate all the good things a floorplan can offer and want to know how to draw a floorplan yourself, awesome. Like many other agents or energy assessors, maybe you’re already creating floorplan but are fed up of Metropix or you find it too time-consuming to make the floorplans yourself. Read more >
One of the most common questions we get about house interior photography is how to photograph interiors without daylight over-exposing and washing out the windows. The quick and honest answer is – it’s tough but can be done. Read more >
Buyers love floorplans. They help listings stand out from the crowd. They can generate more enquiries, and convert those into viewings. They also help sell properties quicker. But many real estate agents don’t think they’re necessary. Why? Read more >
Pupils dilate, the buzz they’ve found their dream home kicks in and they instantly book a viewing. That’s the action you can trigger in your buyers with a little wide-angle lens wow factor. Read more >
Who remembers from their school or uni days those pyramid chart things in text books? Here’s one for you about different aspects of property photography ranked from most to least important. No lectures, I promise. Read more >
This video shows the whopping great difference between the photographic efforts of two different agents marketing the same property. One is a valued client of ours who take pride in their photography, one is not — and it shows. Read more >
Truth be told, you could be the best photographer around and your images straight off the memory card may still look dull. To maximise appeal, you need to enhance those pixels in post-production. Read more >
Fancy flash equipment is expensive and can result in weird shadows. Tripods work – but who has the time? Good news, a DSLR with a wide angle lens will do the job perfectly, here’s how you do it. Read more >
Which marketing tool is the most important when selling property? The floorplan? The write-up? A 3D tour? We say it’s the photos, and for good reason (well, four actually). You’re about to find out why they matter so much… so buckle up. Read more >
Resolution, file type and file size – not the most exciting topics in the world, granted, but important ones nonetheless. Especially important if you’re a savvy estate agent wanting to take gorgeous photos that do your company brand justice, get the phone ringing off the hook and leaving elated vendors in your wake. So here are the basics. Read more >
It’s nice to have nice property photos, but do they actually affect the sale price? Whilst I have no empirical evidence for you (yet!), I do have some very interesting insight to suggest that they do. Read more >
The secret to stunning marketing photographs guaranteed to sell any house / property / bat cave in under three minutes* is a digital SLR camera. Actually it’s the lens… but we’ll get to that in a moment. Read more >
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