Questions I should I ask my real estate photographer

If you’re a real estate agent looking for answers to your questions, I’ll help! Below are five questions I should I ask my real estate photographer.

Ask what kind of camera they use. When you’re meeting a photographer, ask if they use professional cameras and ask if they use the latest digital technology.

Ask about their experience. Is the photographer licensed or certified? Ask if they are insured in case anything happens on set. Ask them about their experience with a certain style of photography and make sure it is one that you’re comfortable with.

Ask for samples of their work. Take a couple of photos that you like. Send them an email asking them to send you a few more. Most photographers will oblige. You don’t want to end up with a portfolio full of images that are over eight years old.

Ask them about pricing. What is the price you want to pay for a project? Is that going to be a one-time fee, monthly fee, per project, or do I have to pay for multiple jobs. Most photographers have a standard package, but you can always negotiate if you have extra money to spend. Some photographers will even let you take photos for free if you so choose.

In closing, as a real estate agent, you need to ask the right questions. The best way to get the answers you need is to ask as many questions as possible. This will allow you to feel comfortable with your photographer and will also give you more insight into the job at hand. Just because a photographer isn’t answering your questions doesn’t mean they aren’t available. Find out what they have planned for your shoot and what you can expect from it.

If you ask the right questions and use common sense, it shouldn’t be difficult to find a real estate photographer that’s right for you. You just have to be willing to ask and follow up.

Ask questions if there are any hidden fees. You may not know this, but a lot of real estate photographers will charge a little bit extra to do some things during a shoot. So don’t be afraid to ask!

Ask questions that aren’t too personal. If your photographer isn’t willing to answer questions about their personal life or their family, then that’s OK. Just don’t push the issue if they won’t.

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