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I'm trying to get things in order to do real estate photography, and I'm trying to figure out some packages.

For real estate photography, what should a basic package consist of?

At the moment I'm thinking:

  • Outside Front
  • Entry
  • Kitchen
  • Bedroom
  • Family/Living Room
  • Bathroom
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Seems like the better option is to offer a package of '5 photographs' or '10 photographs'. Because if they have features in the backyard (pool, gazebo etc) you'll need to get that, or if they have a theater or a bar or a work room or a 5 car garage... – Shizam Feb 3 '11 at 21:04
Who do you anticipate your clients will be? Seems like you'd want to know who you're marketing to before you build your packages. As I mentioned here:… my experience in real estate photography is specific to agents, and with that crowd, quantity of pictures was always far more important than quality... – Jay Lance Photography Feb 4 '11 at 1:07
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You should offer packages that consist of a number of photographs. They buy a 6-shot package and you give them the 6 shots of the rooms they want. You might want to shoot all the rooms and offer additional shots / differnt shots of the same rooms at a small additional.

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