When photographing a room, the height of your camera on the tripod is important. Note the differences in these two photos. In the first one, you can’t see much of the kitchen because the camera is about level with the counter.
In the second photo, the camera has been raised up. You can not only see the counter in the foreground, you can also see the counter and the stove in the background.
This is a much more attractive and informative photograph and will be much more appealing to a renter or buyer.
Our hearts go out to our vacation rental management clients and their families across Texas, Florida and the Southeast who have suffered and lost so much from the devastating effects of Hurricanes Harvey and IRMA. We wish them well as they rebuild and return to some sense of normal. It will take time, but we know they have the strength and courage to see it through.
For those of you in the middle of these catastrophes who have lost properties, you should know that TruPlace photos of your properties can play an important role in your insurance claims. If we can help you locate and retrieve any “before” images, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us.