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Vacation rental photography – Photo of the Week – Wk.2

Vacation Rental Photography ~ Photo Of The Week – Wk.2 I have chosen this weeks winning vacation rental photos because they address a very common problem in a rather clever way. The property is located in Florida and, as is the case with so many holiday homes there, it has a caged pool. Now these pools are never easy to photograph. Whatever you do you seem to get images that...
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6 Cheap Ways To Better Vacation Rental Photos

6 Cheap Ways To Better Vacation Rental Photos Extra bookings on a shoestring. As I have mentioned time and time again the easiest way to make your online collection of vacation rental photographs more eye-catching is to make them more colourful. The human eye is drawn to colour, it just can’t help itself. So if you make your photos more colourful potential guests will be not be able to look...
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#Vacationrental Review Pt3 – 24 Ways To Get More Bookings

#Vacationrental Review Pt3 – 24 Ways To Get More Bookings Lets get more bookings This week we continue our look at reviewing your VR listings adverts by looking at the photo section of your adverts. For those that missed parts 1 and 2 of this series you can catch up with those articles here, #vacationrental Review Pt1 #vacationrental Review Pt2 Anyway, let’s talk photos. If you are advertising with Homeaway...
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Vacation Rental Photography ~ Photo Of The Week

Vacation Rental Photography ~ Photo Of The Week This week I’m spreading a little “Divine Indulgence”. Well, a little Indulgence divine actually. This weeks photo(s) of the week come from http://www.indulgencedivine.com It’s not often that you come across a 450 year old vacation rental, let alone one this lovely, (this one is in Malta) and it’s not often that you come across vacation rental photography of this standard, but the owner,...
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Vacation Rental Photography and Portraits

Vacation rental photography and portraits Firstly as short story, When author Jack London had his portrait (above) made by the noted San Francisco photographer Arnold Genthe, London began the encounter with effusive praise for the photographic art of his friend and fellow bohemian. “You must have a wonderful camera…It must be the best camera in the world…You must show me your camera.” Genthe then used his standard studio camera to...
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Vacation Rental Apps and Vacation Rental Photography – Size Matters

Vacation Rental Apps and Vacation Rental Photography – Size Matters Getting The Big Picture – Part one…. This week I’m, looking at the big picture or, looking at the importance of the big picture. Vacation rental marketing is changing. In fact it has already changed. You may not even be aware of the change. Do you have a tablet? Maybe an Android or an IPad? If not, you may need...
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