Preparing for Your 2ShootVideo.com  Media Shoot

We want your listing to show to its best advantage. We also want to be respectful of your time and make your shoot as efficient and convenient as possible for both you and the homeowner.  Following these setup tips will help you get the most out of your shoot.

Photography Shot List

A 2ShootVideo.com media package can include video, photos, and/or VR360 photos of the following areas.  There is no minimum or maximum number of shots taken.  It will depend on the size of the property.  Note that all rooms must be accessible and camera-ready. Rooms that are not accessible or camera-ready will not be included in the shoot. Footage of other spaces or amenities is available for an additional fee.  A reshoot fee may be assessed if the artist must return to the property to shoot spaces that were inaccessible or not camera-ready during the shoot.

Exterior front of home  (3 pics)                                           Home office  (2 pics)

Exterior rear of home  (2 pics)                                             Living room  (3 pics)

Backyard (shot from house)  (1 pic)                                    Den/Bonus room (2 pics)

Deck or patio that is attached to house (1 pic)                  Foyer  (1 pic)

Dining room  (2 pics)                                                             Each bedroom  (2 pics)

Home office  (2 pics)                                                             Laundry room  (1 pic)

Each full bath  (1 to 2 pics)  and half-bath   (1 pic)            Kitchen  (3 pics)

General Tips

Artists typically have several appointments in a row, so to prevent delays, we ask that all listings be camera-ready at the scheduled time. There will be a $50 fee if your artist arrives at the listing and is unable to complete the shoot due to lack of access, property not being ready, etc.

Please be aware that the artist is not permitted to clean, dust, move furniture, or otherwise stage the home.

Several days before your shoot, please verify that any work on the home has been completed and that no one except the agent is scheduled to be present during the shoot. If the listing is new construction, please verify that the punchlist has been completed. Artists will not shoot homes where work is incomplete or contractors are on the property.

If you have booked a total VR360 shoot, please be aware that no people or pets can be on the property during the shoot. This is due to the way the models are scanned. If people or pets are on the property when the artist arrives, the shoot will have to be cancelled or rescheduled.

If you will be meeting the artist at the property, please plan to arrive at least 15 minutes early to turn on lights, do any last-minute tidying or staging, and ensure that no one is at the property.

Outside

Mow the lawn, tidy the landscaping, and trim shrubs.

Move cars out of the driveway (e.g., into the garage or in front of a neighbor’s house).

Place trash cans, bikes, toys, and other clutter out of sight/in the garage.

Inside

Hide or remove any furniture or objects that will get in the artist’s way as he or she moves through the home. Make sure that all doors open freely and that each room is camera-ready from all angles.

Replace any burned-out light bulbs and turn on all lights. Better lighting means better results!

Less is more. Remove clutter and knicknacks from flat surfaces (tables, shelves, etc.) and store excess furniture. Put away toys, books, and other personal items.

Clean kitchen counters and hide small appliances such as toasters or coffee makers. Remove magnets from the refrigerator.

In bathrooms, clean mirrors and counters. Close toilet seats.

Empty or hide all indoor trash cans.

Your artist will shoot photos with an ultra-wide lens. Please plan to be in a different room or on a different floor to avoid being in the shot.

Pets

For everyone’s safety, please secure all pets during your shoot. If an artist arrives to find any unsecured pets, the shoot may be cancelled or rescheduled and a cancellation/rescheduling fee assessed.

Hide pet equipment and paraphernalia such as litter boxes, food bowls, beds, and toys. Some home buyers have pet allergies and will reject a home without visiting it if they see evidence of pets.

In conclusion

2Shoot Video.com is working for you.  We want to produce the best media experience for you and your client.  Thanks for the opportunity!


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