8 tips on how to professionally photograph your home in order to sell it
Updated: Feb 11, 2019
Well guys, this is a hard one for me. A perfectly cleared out vacant home is supposed to photograph the best, right? How hard is that for a mortal? I can tell you from personal experience, really HARD! I do love my clutter( at least that's what my husband calls it-I call it my treasures!). I love beautiful furniture and beautiful bric-a-brac. I love pictures of my kids and grand kids and family. BUT, I KNOW you have to par this all down, so a potential buyer can see their clutter there; instead of yours. All the lovely art work the kids and grand kids have decorated your walls with needs to go. Take a picture of it but paint over it or wash it down. SIGH!! Make sure the inside of your cabinets looks relatively neat. Make sure you have light bulbs in the lights and overhead fixtures. Plenty of light makes everything look better and larger. Dust those corners! The cobwebs might look artsy to you but not everyone appreciates them! Hire a professional photographer and pick a sunny day. Everything looks better and everyone feels better on those days, including you when you have to take the kids and the dog outside.