Frequently Asked Questions

To aid you with your search for the perfect real estate photographer, we've assembled a handful of our most common questions.

Fill out the online booking form, or feel free to call, text, or email at any time. We pride ourselves on excellent customer service, so we will always respond immediately.

We ask that you give us as much notice as possible to ensure that you can be scheduled in the timeslot that you may request. The more advance notice you give, the easier it is to get the exact time slot you would like, but we will do our best to accommodate your schedule in every situation.

For drone photoshoots, it may require additional time in order to get airspace authorization from the FAA.

There is a designated area on our contact form where you can specify if there are areas that you would like the photographer to focus on or avoid. Typically we do not photograph closets, utility rooms, extra storage units, or garages unless specifically requested. If you would like one or more of these areas to be photographed for one or all of your listings, be sure to request the designated area, and we will also notate your preferences in our system.

Depending on the number of photos and additional offerings you have selected, your appointment can take anywhere from 45 minutes to two hours. To ensure that your appointment runs quickly and smoothly as possible, please make sure that the house is clean and photo-ready.

You will be sent an email with links to a Dropbox folder that you will be able to download to your computer within 24 hours. Having a Dropbox account is not necessary to access the photos.

All you have to do is send over a headshot and logo to us in an email and we will do the rest. They can be emailed to

Real Estate Photoshoot Preparation Guide.


  • Remove cars from the driveway.
  • Close all windows.
  • Sweep sidewalks
  • Pick up leaves, sticks, and branches.
  • Stow hoses, garden tools, and supplies.
  • Straighten and arrange deck furniture.
  • Clean pool area.
  • Turn on any water features such as fountains or waterfalls.
  • Check and deactivate sprinkler timers.


  • Turn on all lights and replace burned-out light bulbs. (Don't forget under-cabinet lighting, microwave/stove light, lamps, decorative light pieces, spotlights, etc.)
  • Turn off all fans
  • Open all curtains and blinds
  • Turn off all televisions
  • Secure all pets before the photographer enters the home.


  • Remove all items from the refrigerator door.
  • Store food in cabinets.
  • De-clutter counters and stove.
  • Stow all small appliances.
  • Hide soaps and cleaning items.
  • Hide dish towels and sponges.
  • Clear sink of dishes.
  • Put away draining/drying rack.
  • Organize items on open shelves.


  • Make the beds.
  • Arrange beds with decorative pillows.
  • Put away all clothing and shoes.
  • Clean under the bed.
  • Clear all surfaces of clutter.

Dining Room

  • Straighten/push in all dining chairs.
  • Add a centerpiece or candles.
  • Set the table for dinner.
  • Add a vase of flowers.


  • Hang fresh towels.
  • Clear counters of toiletries.
  • Clean mirrors.
  • Clean toilet and close lid.
  • Remove all items from the tub and shower.

Working with a professional Real Estate Photographer means you should be confident in the process.

If you have any questions we haven't addressed or if you have a unique request please don't hesitate to give us a call, text, or email and we will get back to you ASAP.