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Vacation Rental Photography Tips | Bedroom Letterboxing

A little cropping here and there can really improve your bedroom images. Photographs posted to the listing pages need to all be taken in landscape format and retain their original aspect ratio. But if you have your own online website / gallery / slideshow (and you should) then your bedroom photo’s could well benefit from letter-boxing. Style magazines do this all the time. Here’s how, just save a copy of...
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Vacation Rental Photography Tips | Flowers

Everyone likes flowers, they bring something special into our lives and including them in your photo collection really adds appeal. Plants and especially flowers liven up our online albums on many levels. In short they are attractive by nature. We are after all talking about attraction marketing, so, what easier way could there be to enhance our marketing than using things that are naturally attractive? Flowers add colour, appeal and...
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Vacation Rental Photography | Photo Of The Week

By Tyann Marcink Vacation Rental Photography Photo of the week This view…I think I could enjoy doing the dishes with this stunning view. What I like about this photo: The spectacular view. The window frames the mountain view perfectly. The image still clearly shows the room you can see this view from. Suddenly, doing dishes does not seem like much of a chore when your eyes are enjoying this view....
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Vacation Rental Photography Tips | Think Verticals

Vacation Rental Photography Tips – Here we share the little known professional tips that make conversions soar – This week – Think verticals. This weeks tip is to practice holding the camera level”. Do as the pro’s do, keep the camera level.          Don’t point it up or down ~ Ever Golden rule number one, practice it from now on. Keep your verticals vertical by keeping the...
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Vacation Rental Photography | Photo Of The Week

By Tyann Marcink A giant fork with spaghetti…I had to click on the image to see this property. This lead image was eye-catching, unusual, and well done. It drew me in to look at the property further…exactly what the vacation rental owner intended. What I like about this photo: The unusual sculpture grabbed my attention, making me want to see more of this property and what the fork had to...
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Vacation Rental Photography | Photo Of The Week

By Tyann Marcink What first drew me to this property was not this photo, but the lead photo of being a black and white image – a bold move on the owner’s part. The older looking image worked together with the title of Harlem Hideaway Parlor Apartment, and it got me. So why not show that photo instead? Another day. 😉 Because I like this bedroom image also. What I...
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Vacation Rental Photography Tips | Think Like A Client

Vacation Rental Photography Tips – Here we share the little known professional tips that make conversions soar – This week – Think Like A Client. This weeks tip is to review your online photo portfolio and “Think like a client”. Our guests don’t come to sit at an empty table in an empty house. But this is exactly what most vacation rental owners depict on their websites and in the...
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Vacation Rental Marketing – Photographing Your Product

Social marketing masterclass I came across an article this week that was called “How to photograph your product for Instagram” and that got me thinking. As you know I used to photograph vacation properties for a living so I know how to photograph holiday rentals but this headline got me thinking about a different product. The product of the product. The end product. I’ve been trying to get owners to realise...
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Vacation Rental Photography – Photo Of The Week

When a volcano erupts, you watch it. When you have your camera, you shoot it. What I like about this photo: Captures the tremendous beauty and raw power of nature. It is absolutely amazing. Reminds you to always keep your camera nearby in case you happen upon wondrous light or a stunning phenomenon of nature. See more Volcano Calbuco eruption photos by Jorge Nauto at his Facebook page here: https://www.facebook.com/JorgeNautoFotografia...
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Vacation Rental Photography Tips

A couple of weeks ago Tyann Marcink and I were talking about micro staging and I thought that I would add a little something along those lines this week. As I have said, time and time again, people don’t go on vacation rental – They go on vacation. As an owner you have two choices, you can show your rental or you can depict a vacation. I spent a lot...
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