For the owners of simple apartments, I want to show you the product that I am making for the budget segment of real estate. Those. what I do for shooting “economy class” housing. And this is the most voluminous type of housing. And this housing is selling very well. Few people can afford “business” or “premium” real estate segments. However, it is the same all over the world.
So, here is a photo shoot of the interior of a two-room apartment near Tekstilshchiki metro station. By the time the photographer arrived, the apartment was cleaned and completely ready for the session. The whole process of interior shooting took 1.5 hours. The output was 43 photos. However, it is not a fact that there will be so many shots in another apartment. After all, apartments differ in layout and furnishings. In the living room I had to “hang” a TV in Photoshop.
It is clear that the presentation of this interior can be placed in a minimum of photographs: 2-3 images of rooms and a kitchen + one bathroom + 2 per corridor.
However, I believe that an interior photographer should, simply must provide the Customer with the maximum choice of images. This is not only professional and ethical.
The fact is that on many resources, for example, “Avito-real estate”, it is desirable to have 2-3 presentations from different accounts (phones) with a publication difference of 7-10 days. Otherwise, the buyer may simply not find the material among the new publications. And each publication must have different photos, otherwise they can be removed from publication for “not uniqueness”.
Total. The client spent on shooting exactly the amount indicated in the price list for interior shooting of economy class apartments . The photographer sold an hour and a half of shooting, in which 15 years of experience was invested, then there were 5 hours of processing, depreciation of equipment.