Over the past week and a half, I’ve shared some basic photography tips to help you take better pictures for your home staging portfolio.
If reading those posts has you thinking about the quality of your portfolio and whether or not it’s doing the best possible job of representing you, you should look at the Staging Diva Portfolio Guide. There’s an entire chapter dedicated to home staging photography.
Whether your portfolio is in the form of a physical scrapbook or a website, it has to dazzle your potential clients. That means there’s no room for a shabby logo, blurry before and after shots or an old picture of yourself that’s been clipped out of a wedding photo.
Your portfolio is the most important marketing piece you have when you’re a home stager. You must invest in making it as strong as you possibly can.
Besides photography tips, this important home staging resource teaches you what to include in your portfolio, how to sing your own praises, gather testimonials and so much more.
To find out more, read testimonials from others who have purchased the ebook, and to get your copy, click here.
Debra Gould, The Staging Diva®
President, Six Elements Inc. Home Staging
Home Staging expert Debra Gould also known as The Staging Diva knows how to make money as a home stager and is determined to inspire and teach others to do the same. There are over 7000 Staging Diva students who have learned to use their decorating talents and run their own home staging business in the Staging Diva Home Staging Business Training Program.