Real Estate l Practice Run 

Hello!

WeSnapp works with many clients who have regular requests for Real Estate photoshoots. We have set up this Practice Run in order to respond to these requests and to prepare our photographers for very specific series.

Real Estate l Practice Run 

The Practice Run

In a sum up

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Time needed 1h-1h30

20 Number of photos to deliver

Number of rooms to photograph 4 + facade / exterior

Please upload jpg photos without retouching

Natural light

Horizontal + vertical format

Format jpg

Bracketing +3 | 0 | -3

No flash

Equipment |Lenses| Full frame 18-50mm| APS-C 16-35mm| Tripod

Important! Don't forget to bring 2 full batteries for photography.

Real Estate l Practice Run 

Bracketing

All interior photos with one or several
windows must be bracketed

1

Set your camera to bracketing mode -3, 0, +3

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2

Fix your camera to a stable tripod

3

Don’t move between shots: use a remote control or your camera’s self-timer

4

Check the exposure of your photos

!

The darkest photos must allow the details of the window
or windows to be visible. If it or they are over-exposed, add an exposure compensation of -2EV

Real Estate l Practice Run 

List of shots

Per room

Wide shots

Horizontal only

Large depth of field

X2

Medium shots

Horizontal or vertical

Large depth of field

X1

Details

Horizontal or vertical

Shallow depth of field

X1

The space must be very tidy and organised Adjust the tripod correctly according to the furniture height (generally 1m20 is a good reference point)
The photo should be well balanced≠: it is always preferable to have more floor
than ceiling
Please follow the same notes for all the other rooms

Real Estate l Practice Run 

Living room

4 photos per room

Wide shots

Full frame: 18 to 24mm

APS-C: 16 to 20mm

F8 to F16

Straight-on and angle view

Shot 1

Shot 2

Shot 3

Shot 4

Medium shot F8 to F11

Full frame: 35 to 50mm

APS-C: 24 to 35mm

Detail shot F2.8 to F5.6

Full frame: 35 to 50mm

APS-C: 24 to 35mm

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Kitchen

4 photos per room

Wide shots

Full frame: 18 to 24mm

APS-C: 16 to 20mm

F8 to F16

Straight-on and angle view

Shot 5

Shot 6

Shot 7

Shot 8

Medium shot F8 to F11

Full frame: 35 to 50mm

APS-C: 24 to 35mm

Detail shot F2.8 to F5.6

Full frame: 35 to 50mm

APS-C: 24 to 35mm

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Bedroom

4 photos per room

Wide shots

Full frame: 18 to 24mm

APS-C: 16 to 20mm

F8 to F16

Straight-on and angle view

Shot 9

Shot 10

Shot 11

Shot 12

Medium shot F8 to F11

Full frame: 35 to 50mm

APS-C: 24 to 35mm

Detail shot F2.8 to F5.6

Full frame: 35 to 50mm

APS-C: 24 to 35mm

Real Estate l Practice Run 

Bathroom

4 photos per room

Wide shots

Full frame: 18 to 24mm

APS-C: 16 to 20mm

F8 to F16

Straight-on and angle view

Shot 13

Shot 14

Shot 15

Shot 16

Medium shot F8 to F11

Full frame: 35 to 50mm

APS-C: 24 to 35mm

Detail shot F2.8 to F5.6

Full frame: 35 to 50mm

APS-C: 24 to 35mm

Real Estate l Practice Run 

Facade

4 photos per room

Wide shots

Full frame: 18 to 24mm

APS-C: 16 to 20mm

F8 to F16

Straight-on and angle view

Shot 17

Shot 18

Shot 19

Shot 20

Medium shot F8 to F11

Full frame: 35 to 50mm

APS-C: 24 to 35mm

Detail shot F2.8 to F5.6

Full frame: 35 to 50mm

APS-C: 24 to 35mm

Have a good Photoshoot

Any questions? Feel free to write to us

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Real Estate l Practice Run 

Hello!

WeSnapp works with many clients who have regular requests for Real Estate photoshoots. We have set up this Practice Run in order to respond to these requests and to prepare our photographers for very specific series.

Real Estate l Practice Run 

The Practice Run

In a sum up

img-1.png

Real Estate l Practice Run 

Bracketing

All interior photos with one or several
windows must be bracketed

1

Set your camera to bracketing mode -3, 0, +3

img-2.png

2

Fix your camera to a stable tripod

3

Don’t move between shots: use a remote control or your camera’s self-timer

4

Check the exposure of your photos

!

The darkest photos must allow the details of the window
or windows to be visible. If it or they are over-exposed, add an exposure compensation of -2EV

Real Estate l Practice Run 

List of shots

Per room

The space must be very tidy and organised Adjust the tripod correctly according to the furniture height (generally 1m20 is a good reference point)
The photo should be well balanced≠: it is always preferable to have more floor
than ceiling
Please follow the same notes for all the other rooms

Real Estate l Practice Run 

Living room

4 photos per room

Shot 1

Shot 2

Shot 3

Shot 4

Real Estate l Practice Run 

Kitchen

4 photos per room

Shot 5

Shot 6

Shot 7

Shot 8

Real Estate l Practice Run 

Bedroom

4 photos per room

Shot 9

Shot 10

Shot 11

Shot 12

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Facade

4 photos per room

Shot 17

Shot 18

Shot 19

Shot 20

Have a good Photoshoot

Any questions? Feel free to write to us

Hi,
If you received the shooting test guide, you do not have to take all the angles.
Photograph a few angles that will be examined that you have built our photography requirements.

WeSnapp team