Interior Property Photography…

The UK Property Trader encourages estate agents & letting agents , private sellers or landlords to use our property photography service to enhance the marketing of a property in order to achieve the best possible sale price.

The UK Property Trader property photography is one of the signature services. Our passion for exceptional marketing, technical knowledge and understanding of the industry has meant we have established ourselves as one of the market’s leading estate agent, letting agent and private sellers hybrid websites on the market.

The UK Property Trader prides itself on flexibility and willingness to design a property photography package to suit your needs, from an individual photograph or 20 image package.

The UK Property Trader is searching for new technology and professional techniques to offer the best photographic service.


Preparing for interior & exterior photography

The UK Property Trader believes when marketing any property a good quality camera in the hands of a professional does a property justice, so unless you are proficient in high-end photography and post-production skills then leave the job to us.

Here is a quick guide on how to make the most of your property and get the best interior and exterior photography shots you can prior to us arriving:

Exterior property photography: Tidy the front garden and path to the property, hide wheelie bins and move cars our of view. Mow the lawn! Set out your garden furniture and tidy children's toys away. Leave the rest to us.

Interior Property Photography: Clear the clutter and put away kitchen utensils. Open blinds and curtains. Lighting is king so if it’s grey outside ensure lights work which will give a warm homely feel to your property. Bins are unsightly and not everyone loves to see pet food bowls so please put them away Where possible hide cables or maybe unplug appliances temporarily. Interior photography relies on clean lines and well-lit areas so do your home justice.

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