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OutdoorPhotograph y The First Impression of your listing is that main front photo – Make it count! Tidy up! Pick an angle. Watch the weather. Find the right time for the best sky.

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OutdoorPhotographyThe First Impression of your listing is that main front photo – Make it count!Tidy up!

Pick an angle.

Watch the weather.Find the right time for the best sky.

Tidy up!Remove Trash Cans &

Trash.

Put away toys & bikes.

Close doors &

windows.Move the cars (especially yours).

Grass should be mowed & snow cleared.

Pick an angle.Shooting from an angle rather than straight

on can give the house dimension and

character.

Your photo should be taken in “landscape”

format – NOT “portrait” (up & down)Standing in a sink hole?

Nice angle shows curved walk.

Watch the weather. If it’s

snowing when you

go…

go back!

Find the right time for the best sky.This is usually when the sun is behind the

house or high in the sky.

There’s an app for that!

iPhone: Android:

This app will show you where the sun is at specific times for specific addresses.

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