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How to prepare your house for a photo shoot
Remember every day clean is not always clean enough for a photo shoot. The idea is to
make the house like you would for an “​open house”
Here are some tips you may not always think of:
Outside
No cars in the driveway (Park them away from the front of the house)
no visible garbage cans
no visible garden hoses
patio furniture neat
pool tools and toys put away
front door closed
nothing that can put a date on your picture (holiday decorations etc.)
no political signs

Inside
All lights on, including lamps
take up small area rugs that are hiding nice floors
all window treatments open, unless you can see the next house to close
de-clutter
take down restraining gates if possible
nothing that can put a date on your picture (holiday decorations etc.)
Replace dead light bulbs

kitchen
minimize the amount of small appliances on the countertops
no dish drying rack on countertop
no dish towels hanging on handles
no garbage cans
no dish soaps or sponges on the sink
no clutter on top of the refrigerator
no clutter on the refrigerator (magnets pictures etc.)
no pet dishes
Bathrooms
toilet seats down
shampoo bottles put away (we can see them through the glass doors)
no robes hanging on hooks
de-clutter countertops (no tooth brushes, razors, etc.)
no bath mats on the floor

If there are a lot of kids toys that have to be put away. I understand you can't put them all away at
once. The idea is to put them all in one room, before we get there. A room off to the side
somewhere not visible from other rooms. And then we can shoot that room last.
Remember this is one shot to make an “open house” that hundreds of people are going to see
and look at everyday.
Let's make yours the best looking home for sale in Conejo Valley!


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