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Preparing your property for a photography shoot..
By following this 'tip sheet' you will be able maximise the results of your photography shoot making sure that your property looks its’ absolute best. I have started with the minimum requirements; the additional tips will help you make the most of your shoot. Your property should be presented as if guests were to arrive.
I will bring out the best of your property by moving furniture to get the best composition, using items in your property to add to the atmosphere and removing items from shot that are unnecessary. By following the tips below you can add to this.
Please contact me to discuss in more detail any styling or presenting ideas you might have.
Minimum requirements:
The property needs to be in a clean uncluttered condition.
Electricity to the property turned on.
All light fittings including bed side lamps and cooker hoods to have working bulbs.
Beds to be made up.
Additional tips.
Outside:
• Garden de-cluttered.
• Garden furniture clean.
• Grass cut and paths swept
• No cars on drive ways
• Windows pristine
• Hot Tub cover ready to fully remove.
• Washing lines removed
• Wheelie bins removed
• Colourful planters
Kitchen
• De-clutter
• Clean, dry sink and drainer
Bedrooms
• Newly ironed linen, flat as possible will give best results.
• Fluffy towels
Bathrooms
• Mirrors and shower screens pristine.
Reception rooms
• De-cluttered, neat and tidy
• Open fires and log burners empty. I will only need newspaper and matches.
Additional props are always welcome; for example, a couple of vases of fresh flowers, fruit, bottles of wine. Depending on how far you want to go, coffee for a cafeteria, scones or a cake and maybe props for a breakfast tray.

Tip sheet