Estate Agent Photography Workshops

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As a bespoke service for Estate Agents and similar professions, I offer a workshop covering the techniques and considerations required to produce professional property images.

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  • Tailored to your business.

  • Step by step instructions.

  • Clear and concise.

  • Change the way your agents think about photography.

  • Full-time photography tutor with 21 years experience.

  • £330 for a half day, £550 for full day.

For an industry depending on the quality of its presentation, it may be surprising to see poor photography on property listings. My own experience of moving house showed me how my choice of agent was heavily influenced by the quality of the photography, web-presence, and paper brochures. I wanted an agent in which I could be confident my property was going to be shown in its best light.

However, most estate agents aren't photographers, yet they're expected to produce high quality photography. By providing tuition in how to best present a room, giving a step-by-step guide to simply and consistently get the good quality images, and supplying a bespoke handout tailored to the cameras in use, I can help you gain more clients.

Depending on the size of group requiring the tuition, the workshop can be presented as a single session of around 3 hours, or multiple sessions over the course of a day.

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My Estate Agent photography workshops are bespoke packages designed around your company and the cameras you use. Get in touch directly to discuss your requirements and schedule a date for the workshop.

Standard fees for the workshop are £330 for a half day, and £550 for a full day, plus venue fees if appropriate. Duration of booking depends on the number of participants, as a guide I would suggest splitting any number above 20 into two or more sessions, fewer than 20 can be covered in one half-day session.

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