This article will cover the most important aspects of room preparation. A prepared room means the photographer is able to start quickly without spending time on modifications. Removing problems will save you money, as there is no retouching needed.
1. We recommend that a space over 1m be kept in the middle of the room for the tripod.
2. Have room(s) set up and decorated for the photographer.
3. Check all light bulbs.
4. Check chairs for tears or marks.
5. Check wall displays are available and organised.
6. Check for cracks and chipped paint.
7. Clean carpets or flooring.
8. Check outside areas are clean and tidy. As they will be visible through the window.
9. Show relevant content on TVs and projectors.
10. Doors and windows should close.
11. People need to be prepared and presentable.
12. Spider webs should be cleared away.