If you’re serious about promoting your staging services, you need great before and after photos. These take time to plan and shoot; don’t expect to run through a house and get a bunch of great shots in 10 minutes.
If you’re trying to show the before and after of a certain room:
- Make sure both photographs are taken from the same angle.
- Shoot both of them with the same orientation, either horizontal or vertical.
- In the “after” shot, eliminate any distracting details like the dishtowel hanging from the stove or the opened toilet seat.
- Don’t shoot towards a window in daylight; it will make the rest of your image too dark.
These are some of the many tips contained in my new guide Staging Diva Ultimate Portfolio Guide: Winning Clients With The Perfect Home Staging Portfolio coming out March 1.
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