How to Choose Photos for Virtual Staging
Updated July 11, 2020 12:00 AM By Matt Langan
If you find yourself asking this question, "Which property photos should I virtually stage?" then use the helpful guidance below. This is the same criteria that we use and it's very simple.
How to Determine if a Photo Should Be Virtually Staged
- The photo should show the focal point of the room. For example, if it is a photo of a living room, the photo should show the fireplace or where the TV will go. If it is a photo of a bedroom, the photo should show where the bed's headboard will go. If it is photo of a home office, the photo should show where the desk would go, etc.
- The photo is of decent quality (i.e. not blurry). The photo does not have to be a professional photo to be well-suited for virtual staging, it just needs to be clear and have decent lighting.
- The photo depicts a vacant space or a space that is cluttered or furnished with dated, ugly, personal and/or offensive items. If you have a photo of a vacant space, we will add furniture and decor to it. If you have a photo of a furnished space, we will remove the existing items and add new furniture and decor.
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