Photographing property can be an expensive business for estate agents, and the returns do not always justify the expense.  Our one-day property photography course will help your existing staff to use the your existing equipment you to best effect.

This course will teach your staff:

The right camera equipment you will want to have access to
The right settings to use
How to make sure that colours and brightness come out accurately in the final shot
How to arrange a room for photography
Vendor management
Using flash so that you can see the view out of the window
How to take a series of shots that tell the story of the property
Getting the best “kerb appeal” pictures
Taking pictures to be viewed in a small format
Aspect ratios and picture sizes for websites and brochures
Photo-editing and the Consumer Protection from Unfair Trading Regulations 2008 (formerly under the Property Misdescriptions Act)
Minimising the bad effects of Google Street View

We can also help with some portrait tips for those all-important approachable staff shots!

At the end of the course we email comprehensive notes to all the participants, as well as providing a continuing service to deal with any future photography issues.

Really enjoyed it, very informative, best training course yet!

What did you find most useful about today?

All of it!

What did you find least useful about today?

Nothing

Jack, Jeanes Holland Burnell, (Street, Somerset), Property Photography Course

For a small investment in your staff’s¬†Continuing Professional Development, attending this course can radically improve the quality of the images you put before your customers, whether you take them in-house or contract photographers to do it for you. As we all know, estate agents that survive in the competitive marketplace of the future will be able to present the right imagery to the right customers in the right way.