Real Estate Photography Frequently Asked Questions
Why Trust SHOOT FOR SOLD With The Responsibility Of Imaging Your Listing?
The answer is simple. We at Shoot For Sold have designed a state of the art business and process utilizing the best training and equipment so that we may provide our clients with high quality photography at a competitive price point. We build relationships that best allow us to understand the goals, challenges and needs of our clients. We provide results!
How Do I Receive My Images or Videos?
Your images are delivered electronically via email. MLS compliant images are delivered via DropBox link videos via YouTube or Vimeo. High-resolution print sized files are available if discussed and delivered via Dropbox link link. We promise delivery of photos within 24 hours of the end of photo session.
What is Staging?
Staging is a professional service provided by someone with a background in interior design or virtual staging software. A stager often has an inventory of linens, home accessories and even furniture which are used to enhance the features and strengths of a home for shooting real estate and architectural photography. While we do not provide staging services, we do provide a detailed checklist so that the photo session yields the best result.
How Do You Capture Aerial Images or Videos?
Shoot For Sold is FAA approved. We use the latest technology for capturing aerial images and video. There are limitations of which we discuss with our client prior to the session.
What is Photo Finishing?
At Shoot For Sold we offer photo finishing at no additional cost to our clients. Finishing may include the combination of several different techniques and is an extensive and equally important part of our process. However, it is a matter of professional ethics that we cannot and will not photoshop a crack in a wall or make any other structurally related alteration to the images. We operate with the best interests of all parties involved at all times.
How Much Time Should I Allot For A Session?
Depending on the size of the home and the products being ordered the photographer or team will require a minimum of one hours and as many as four hours for a given assignment. Additionally, exterior shots are weather permitting and aerial images more so.
How Do We Tell The Story Of This Home?
This is a big factor for us! A picture is worth 1000 words. But what are those words? What is the story of this home? What made this a wonderful home for the seller. What will make this a wonderful new home for the potential buyer? We collect this information and put our knowledge to work.