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Providing edited as well as SOOC photos to a client?

 
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Feb 22, 2017 13:56 as a reply to  @ post 18281527 |  #16

My pricing is:

Less than $500K : $150
Between $500-$1M: $250
Over $1M: $400
Dusk Exterior Photo: $100
Drone Photos: $250
Travel Fee: $50+




  
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Feb 22, 2017 14:02 as a reply to  @ Scott Spellman's post |  #17

Makes sense, I would just change the listing price ranges accordingly for the price of living here. No limit to the images you supply, just whatever the rooms and property dictate to be reasonable?


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Jul 14, 2017 07:01 |  #18

The only shots my clients see are the edited ones. They know up front they are going to get 20-25 shots (the local MLS only allows 24 listing photos max). The 15-20 additional shots that didn't make the cut are superfluous and have/add no value.

Time is of the essence, if I provided proofs, then had to wait for the agent to tell me what shots they wanted edits on and then do the editing it would be a 2-3 day turnaround (with most the time spent waiting on the agent to get back to me) instead of a 6-18 hour turnaround for delivered photos.

I always ask the agents if there a is a particular feature, view, etc. they want to make sure they get a particular shot, but for the most part they trust me to cover the property.


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Jul 18, 2017 14:05 |  #19

give them a set of b+w pics and tell them thats how they come out of the camera and that you put the colour in each individual frame in photoshop!




  
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