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Landlords do not have to live in London or in the U.K. to book a property photographer for their U.K./London Property.

Our photographers will liaise with your keyholder or managing agents and, sometimes, tenants to photograph your property.

All you have to do is book online, on our website, and our team will liaise with your team in the U.K./ London.

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3D Property Interactive Virtual Tours & Video Tours In London

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3D Space Culture And Virtual Tours of Properties

An outbreak of a virus precipitated global havoc which resulted in halting economies and life as we know it. We had to find a new way to survive. A way to thrive in face of hardship. We had to yield in order to survive and one of the many ways we began to do this was to embrace the virtual world. Cue Zoom meetings and apartment tours from our laptops.

The 3D virtual tours took over with great strength. 

3D Virtual Tours enables us to tour properties from the comfort of our homes. Just by a single click on our phones, one could simulate a space made of 360 panoramic photos and videos.

Virtual tours allow viewers to see real state properties without the hassle of visiting them in person. Virtual property tours show clients how properties, the interiors as well as the exteriors, how they would look in real life. 3D tours enable prospective buyers and renters to have a sense of the property without travelling to the property. Creating an easy, convenient, and highly effective form of marketing.  

3D Space Capture And Virtual Tour Of Properties 

Many strategies in real estate and property marketing are effective: open-houses, direct mailing efforts, or private showings – otherwise known as viewings in the UK. But in a time like this, when social distancing is necessary, 3D virtual tours came as a healthy and legal solution for property owners, buyers and sellers.

A better understanding of 3D Virtual Tours in Real Estate and it’s Synmoym:

A 3D virtual tour is a full-time open-house. This means it is 24/7 available for potential buyers and renters to have a tour any time of the day; no need for need to scheduling visits.  Virtual tours are also known as quick tours, walkthrough and video tours.

How 3D Virtual Tours Work In Properties:

A property agent or a  seller uses a special 3D-enabled camera to capture images of homes; it is then uploaded on a program that permits its user to browse the interior or exterior of the property. Think Google Street maps for homes!

Interior Designers: 

Interior designers can also use 3D tours to document their work on projects. As well as property developers who would like to have a broader reach of interest in the marketing of their property.

Laboratory Virtual Tours:

Transparency is important in science. The 3D virtual tours provide laboratories with the tools to help customers and consumers visualize their facility. The third-party entities can visualize the workflow of the laboratory with a true-to-life representation. 

Are Virtual Tours Worth It And Should I get One?

Reasons why a 3D virtual tour & video tour of your property is an asset to your marketing efforts.

Grab Your Clients’ Attention:

Your clients can view your space without time constraints or your presence. The ease that virtual tours afford buyers and sellers plays a vital role in convincing a prospective buyer or renter that you’re thorough.

You get traffic on your website

360 degrees virtual tour offers a real-life simulation of the space you’re marketing.

No Geographical Barriers

One of the best features of 3D tours is that you and your clients are not bound geographically. Spaces and interiors can be accessed anywhere in the world.

Cost Cutting

Showing properties, scheduling, and driving to and from to meet potential clients can be costly. Virtual tours eliminate these elements; a link with the 3D virtual tour can be easily shared.

Stand Out From The Competition

When people decide to buy a house, they are simply checking out listings and making inquiries to compare listings. If you use virtual tours, a person will get a realistic experience which they will not get from other property listing sites. This will develop an instant interest and there is a chance they might stop looking elsewhere. 

Preparing Your Property For The Photography Appointment.

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So you’ve booked a property photographer and now you are wondering how you prepare your property for the appointment. We have compiled a list of things to do in order to have a successful photoshoot; and will make your photographer’s job a pleasant one. The pleasant the experience of shooting, the better the outcome of the photographs.

Bedroom.
Ensure your bedsheets are clean and stain-free. Remove that box of tissue from the bedside. Plain bedding looks great in photographs. Stay away from busy patterns, florals or bright colours. Neutral colours work best – extra points for complimenting-coloured cushions and pillows. Keep it simple if in doubt.

Kitchen countertops.
This is often the place where people justify leaving things. Your kitchen will look bigger, tidier if you put everything inside the cupboard and out of sight. Yes, even the kettle and toaster! And definitely that washing liquid and sponge needs to go!

Bathrooms.
Just like the kitchen, hide everything that’s moveable. Toothpaste, toothbrush, sponge, towels, hide all of them… maybe the last thing, towels, you can fold em beautifully and lay them or hang them on the bathtub – only if you have clean white luxurious towels. We are not kidding.

Put it away!
You may be a master at strategically organising everything that is visible; but in photos any object in the frame attracts focus – also, the space looks a lot smaller when there are objects in the shot. The best thing to do here is to put it all away. If there is a cupboard that can be closed, put anything that doesn’t need to be in shot in there- if there is an unused room, put any unnecessary items in there. Sometimes you can put things in the corridor to allow the rooms to be photographed. But ensure that there’s easy access for the photographer to move from room to room. Put the items back as the photographer moves from a finished room to the next so that they can shoot the corridor when ready.

Doors.
Ensure that all doors can be fully opened. The reason for this is that it allows ample light into the interior of the property; plus, it makes the property look bigger and captures the fluidity of movement throughout the house.

Blinds.
They are called blinds for a reason. They stop you from seeing. So open them! It’s very suspicious when you look at property photographs and windows are shut and curtains are drawn. It makes one wonder “ What are they hiding?” Or if you’re like me, you’ll dismiss the property to be a basement apartment/flat. The following assumptions will be made: The property overlooks

a. Parking lot,
b.council flats,
c. an office block with direct overlooking windows.

Neither of the above is a good thing.

TV.
Turn them off! That’s if you can’t hide em. Those things aren’t pretty. Bookshelves, however, are great and they make you look educated.

Animals.
They are adorable, but they can also be a nuisance for the photographer who has other appointments during the day. So do keep an eye on them. Also, keep them away from areas being photographs.

Cars.
Ensure that the driveway is clear of litter or debris caused by wind. Remove any cars parked in front of the property. This will ensure that the view of the property isn’t obstructed. This will also ensure that the photographer doesn’t have to airbrush out number plates from the photos which can be awfully distracting.

Bins.
Remove them. Ensure that they won’t be in the shot on the day of your photography appointment.

Garden.
Tidy, Tidy, Tidy!

Skips.
Naturally, after renovating your property, you may decide to book a property photographer. Sometimes, there will be skips that are due to be collected but haven’t yet. Our advice here is to wait until the skip has been collected before booking a photographer or book the photographer for the date when the skip would have been removed.

Finally, feel free to move things around the property that will make the property look nice. It doesn’t have to be conveniently placed or how it is going to be used. The appointment is only for an hour or so and you can move the things back. Be creative. Feel free to buy fresh flowers or a bowl of fruit.

Why Is Professional Property Photography Important?

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In architectural photography, lighting and angles play the most instrumental role in determining the quality of final results. Getting the right angles with just the right amount of light is actually harder than it seems. It is technical and only an expert is well-positioned to make things happen in the desired manner.

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