Photographs and Description
You will want to have your digital photos available to upload as part of the submission process as well as a complete description of your property or vehicle. Even though you are providing photographs, you want to make your description as detailed as possible for your listing’s profile and for search engine results. Think of the description as taking us on a virtual tour, inside and out, describing all the features and aspects of note. For property, include the type (house, office, warehouse, etc.), the architectural style, if known (i.e. Georgian, Tudor, Colonial, Ranch, etc.), specifications (square footage, # of bedrooms, etc.), and all features (swimming pool, outbuilding, etc.). For your vehicle, include features and specifications keeping in mind the people reading your profile are with the transportation department and are familiar with all kinds of vehicles.
The photos below are examples to give you an idea for your listing and you can also look at real estate listings in the paper, or online, for good examples. You want to show the whole room where possible and avoid close up photos unless, perhaps, you want to provide the detail in a unique feature. We limit you to 10 photos, but if your property is such that you feel you need to show more than 10 photos you can contact us regarding additional photos.
For photos of your vehicle, keep in mind that picture car coordinators need to see all sides of the vehicle, in addition to the interior. The preferred format for photos is: 1) the front of the vehicle and driver’s side 2) the back of the vehicle and passenger side 3) front interior. Matching these guidelines will go a long way towards assuring the coordinator that your vehicle can meet the creative needs of the production. It is not uncommon to shoot interiors and exteriors in two different vehicles to facilitate the schedule, where the second vehicle might only be used for interior shots and therefore the color of the vehicle can be a secondary consideration.