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SCHEDULING
DELIVERY
NAMING
PHOTOSHOOT OVERVIEW
EQUIPMENT
LIGHTING
EXTERIOR
INTERIOR COVERS
Avoid during the photoshoot
TIPS & TRICKS
What a perfect photoshoot looks like
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Airbnb - "I'm flexible" photoshoot

V1.0 - 07/04/2022

OCUS LOGO

Airbnb, Inc. operates an online marketplace for travel information and booking services. The Company offers lodging, home-stay, and tourism services via websites and mobile applications. Airbnb serves clients worldwide.

SCHEDULING


How to Schedule your photshoot


When calling the host, be sure to present yourself as an Airbnb photographer.


If the host asks you some question you don't have the answer for, you can redirect him to the Airbnb Host FAQ.

DELIVERY


Only upload natives RAW files straight out from your camera (.nef, .arw, .cr2, etc...).

Select your best photos

Upload your files on your Assignment page.


Leave a comment after clicking "validate the assignment" to let us know how the photoshoot went.

NAMING

  • Rename your files following this structure: AssignmentName_City_YYMMDD_

  • Example: 112542541_60ChapelleStreet,FR_211201_.nef

PHOTOSHOOT OVERVIEW

Packages

(Check your assignment page for more details)

Studio: 12-15 photos

1 Bedroom: 15-20 photos

2 Bedrooms: 20-25 photos

3+ Bedrooms: 30-35 photos


Key phototypes

Interior cover: 3 photos minimum per interior area focus on the design elements

Exterior: Minimum 5 photos from different angles


⚠️ the view of the property from the outside is the focus of this photoshoot. Please capture 5 photos minimum (straight-on + angled from different interesting views)


⚠️If the on-site contact might request additional photos not included in these guidelines. Please do your best to honor their request, then let us know afterward by leaving a comment on your OCUS Dashboard.

EQUIPMENT

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Full frame Camera


  • RAW format

  • ISO max : 800

  • Avoid shutter speed over 2 seconds

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16-50 mm Lens


  • Aperture: f/8 - f/16

  • 16-20 mm for wide views

  • 35-50 mm for verticals

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