Rental Property Photography Tips

With today’s technology pictures are the first thing a renter will see when searching for the next place to call home. Unfortunately, pictures can either make or miss your next tenant. Make sure to include in your listing a minimum of 10 to 20 High quality pictures. In some cases, a professional photographer should be hired but with the latest smart phone you can bring out the best of your property. Read our Rental Property Photography tips below:

Cash in on Natural Light

Lighting is what makes a picture a great picture. Without sufficient light, it can make a room dark and unwelcoming. Make sure to take your photos during the day depending on the position of your home you might take pictures in the morning of in the afternoon. Open blinds and turn on lights to add a little more light this supplements the picture. More light makes the rooms or space seem bigger.

Take Picture from different angles

In small spaces take multiple pictures of the same room in different angles and heights. Taking shots from the corner add dimension to the pictures and create a larger space rather than a flat shot that makes a room seem smaller.

Declutter the mess

Clean up and throw away the trash before taking pictures. The clean look will make the prospective tenant feel right at home while a mess will make them run. Clutter distracts the viewer from important features that adds value to the property. Remove items from table, make the beds, hide wiring, put away personal items etc.

Remove yourself from pictures

When taking a picture in areas where there are mirrors play with the angles and make sure you’re not in the shot or anyone else. This also includes pets. Another advice to consider is the use of flash where mirrors are present try to use Natural light.

Do not overdue the editing

Editing should be done lightly. Edit brightness or contrast but too much editing can give the potential client the sense that your hiding something.

When it comes to marketing your listing, make sure you take plenty of pictures and make the important features stand out. The more pictures you have the better your listing will be.

1 reply
  1. Chelsey
    Chelsey says:

    Remarkable! Its actually remarkable article, I have got much clear idea about photographing my property from this post.


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