Preparing for Your Photoshoot

January 17, 2018

 

After your remodel is complete we sometimes may ask to come back for a professional photo shoot. Today I'm going to be talking about the importance of a photo shoot and how to prepare. 

 

Many people choose to work with Stevens Kitchens after seeing our extensive portfolio found on our website and other social media platforms, We feature work of all different styles and tastes. From contemporary to traditional to transitional, it's important that we try to showcase it all.

 

We try to photograph spaces that feature an array of taste and varying colors. This adds to the depth of our website.

 

If you receive a call saying we want to photograph your kitchen there's a couple things to do to prepare. 

 

First, if you are going to meet our photographer at your house to let them in, schedule at least 30 minutes but more likely an hour just in case. Jobs of different sizes and rooms vary in time frame. This gives us time to take pictures in a variety of shots and angles. 

 

Next, make sure your space is clean. You don't need to hire a professional cleaner for the day, we know kitchens are lived in. There's no need to completely clear the entire counter top. Sometimes having a center piece or a cooking appliance adds depth to the photo. We don't want you to think you have to go out of your way for the photo shoot!  Just some simple organizing will do. 

 

Once we receive the pictures and edit them, we post them on our social media platforms and add them to our website portfolio. They also can be found on our Houzz page that shares detailed information about the project including style and budget. Your full name is not provided.

 

If you would like a copy of the pictures for your personal records (or to show off to your friends) you can always call or e-mail us and we will share the photos via a zipped folder.. 

 

Photographically Yours,

 

Shaina

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