A collection of your work can prove useful for a variety of other applications, too:
• Award entries. If you’re entering your project into any awards you’ll usually need around 10 photos. While these need to highlight your workmanship, they should also show an inviting and liveable home.
• Portfolios. Just because you’ve been working for years, doesn’t mean you can forget about your professional portfolio. Every professional should keep an up-to-date portfolio highlighting their biggest and most interesting achievements
• Marketing material. Use images of your best work for your Instagram posts, advertisements, website content, emails, pamphlets, signs and more. As long as you have full usage rights (discuss this with your photographer) you can promote your business across any platform in a visually appealing way.
• Future consultations. Begin a physical book of work to show your future clients. Use photos of common and unique features to visually demonstrate what’s possible, what’s not possible, and what the final result looks like. This both helps to ensure you’re talking about the same features and colours (their idea of ‘green accents’ might look very different to yours) while developing trust in your skill and experience.
The home styling game is booming so finding these services is as simple as an online search.