Real estate photography can be a fun and rewarding career for the right person. Unfortunately real estate photography jobs are few and far between so most real estate photographers either work for them self, are part of a franchisee group or contract to larger companies.We often get emails from people wanting to get into the trade. Real estate photographers can work up to 7 days per week from early in the morning to late at night. Its not uncommon to be getting home after 11:00pm in the summer months.For more information in getting into the industry you can visit Larry Lorhmans blog (www.photographyforrealestate.net) and there are also numerous flicker forums such as Flicker: Photography For Real Estate At Property Snaps we only take on experienced real estate photographers with established portfolios
REAL ESTATE PHOTOGRAPHY JOBS
At Property Snaps we run a team of photographers, floor plan artists and retouchers. From time to time we have opportunities for contractors to work with us on casual, part time and full time basis.
You are welcome to contact us to ask if we have any opportunities. We may or may not be able to reply to your email straight away, so please be patient.
If you are an experienced real estate photographer or floor plan artist then please feel free to send your resume and portfolio to email@example.com
Contractors must meet the following requirements – please do not email us asking for work unless you meet all of the requirements there is no leeway on this.
Minimum 3 months experience shooting real estate
A professional portfolio of real estate photos – no wedding or portrait portfolios please! (Its a common misconception that shooting real estate is easy. While there are many photographers that shoot real estate, Mastering it can take time and skill so you need to prove that you can shoot)
- A current ABN
- Late model car
- Mobile phone
- Internet connection
- Willing to sign a contractor agreement and non-compete agreement
- DSLR full frame camera and 12mm minimum lens (Sigma 12-24mm recommended)
- External flash/speed-light
- Sturdy tripod
- Be well presented and speak clear and fluent English (English as first language preferred)
- Be available at least 4 nights per week (5.00pm in Winter 8:30pm in Summer)
Resume must include details of skills, past experience and references.
Work is seasonal and not guaranteed.
Pay rates are pre-set and not negotiable in first 3 months – Payment terms are strictly 30 days.