How many photos?

How many photos?

The photographers objective is to capture the best angles of the home, to make it look attractive and give it context. You don’t want redundant images just for the sake of having more photos. And you don’t want to take pictures of things that aren’t interesting or necessary. The process of scrolling through non-relevant images devalues all of the other photos, and reduces the “come-see-me-in-person” impact.

So what’s the right number of photos for your listing? It depends on the size of the home and its selling points. In our experience, the average home results in 15-35 images. This is typically the magic number. But it shouldn’t be about numbers. It should be about the home.

At The Golden Hour, we approach each photoshoot as if it were our own property. What do we think the buyer will love about it? The view from the living room? The upgraded kitchen? The pool? It’s our job as the photographer to consider the selling points and translate those to a potential buyer, so more buyers call you to see it in person.