You’re probably familiar with the practice of staging a property in order to sell it. The good news is you can do exactly the same thing when promoting a holiday let. The idea is that instead of presenting your holiday rental just as it would look normally, you can stage it to look even more [Continue reading …]
Holiday Let Photography
Below you’ll find blog posts related to photography for your holiday let website.
These articles give ideas on what types of photos to include on your site, professional tips for taking the perfect shot, as well as ideas for staging shots to make them more enticing.
If you’re new here we suggest you start with the following posts:
And if you have suggestions for topics you’d like us to cover, please do get in touch.
Photos help sell your holiday rental. Without them, people won’t know what to expect, so they’ll hesitate to make that booking. However, poor or inadequate photos can be just as bad as none at all. Here are some tips to help ensure you cover all the essentials when taking your holiday let photos. Flaunt a [Continue reading …]
Photos are an incredibly powerful part of any holiday let website. They show potential customers what to expect and what the property looks like. But do you stick with the same standard photos year in and year out, without any changes? If you do you’re missing out on the power of using seasonality – showing [Continue reading …]
No one wants to book a holiday let without first seeing what it looks like. But poorly taken pictures can be just as harmful as no pictures at all. In order to get good quality photos that showcase your property in the best possible way, it makes good sense to plan ahead. Borrow a digital [Continue reading …]
Every picture tells a story. Or, as American photographer William Albert Allard put it, words and pictures can work together to communicate more powerfully than either alone. Good photos are as important to promoting your holiday accommodation as good text. Think about it. When you imagine your own holiday do you picture what you’ve read [Continue reading …]