Marketing Your Vacation Rental Podcasts

How to take interior photos in the offseason

Written by Tyler Pyburn
How to take interior photos in the offseason
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It’s no secret that having large, beautiful photos on your listing will help increase vacationer interest in your rental home. The key, however, is to keep them fresh and updated – even in the offseason.

Our staff photographer, Becky Fischer, and I sat down to discuss pictures and how you can update them even if there is snow on the ground.

Some of the questions we answer:

  • How often should you update your photos?
  • Should you replace every photo on your listing?
  • Is there a benefit to changing out photos seasonally?
  • How can you take photos of a summer vacation rental in the winter?

For more information about our photography services and to see some samples of our work, take a look at our photography services page

About the author

Tyler Pyburn

Tyler Pyburn - I am a newcomer to, but am absolutely ecstatic to be part of such a seasoned team as a Marketing Manager. I've spent the past few years as a digital marketing maven helping brands build their online presence and will assume a similar role here. I also had a short stint as a sports reporter for CBS, but now I’d much rather find my way to a bleacher seat at a Cape League game than in the press box. My wife and I live on the south shore with our three dogs; Dale,Trot, and Vinny.Email Tyler

1 Comment

  • Becky gave some great tips! I’m surprised how some people don’t put enough attention to detail and thought into their photos. Great photos will help sell your vacation rental. Good share Tyler!