We are pleased to offer to the friends and followers of RTV, on March 12, 2019, at 7:00 PM, a one-hour training session dedicated to virtual staging. Over the last year, there have been significant advancements in virtual staging technology as well as the addition of hundreds of pieces of new furniture for you to choose. If you’re already offering virtual staging in your business or thinking about offering it, we recommend that you come to this live RTV webinar event.
During the show, we will be interviewing Tom Feis from SharpEye Visuals on the virtual staging process. Late last year Tom became RTV’s new “Go To” and recommended service provider for Full-Service virtual staging. Tom has staged just over two hundred photos for dozens of real estate agents and photographers around the globe. He is now allowing us to hold a webinar with him and he will share his expertise, provide tips, shortcuts and overall know-how on virtual staging. Come to this live event and learn how to get the most out of the virtual staging software.
Click on the following link to see examples of Toms virtual staging work – https://fusion.realtourvision.com/148372
During the show we will be covering some of the following topics and more:
Setting up a virtual staging account
How to purchase credits – how they are used
How to photograph and plan for virtual staging
What image size should you upload
The virtual staging process
How to place items on hard to reach areas such as shelves
The furniture removal process
What is a flare and how to use flares
With virtual staging requests on the rise, the time to get started with Virtual Staging is now. Please be sure to register for The FORMULA 84 and enjoy one hour of virtual staging training. We hope you can all make it to the show on March 12, at 7:00 PM!
Those of you that do not already have a virtual staging account set up please use the following link to set that up – https://stager.virtualhousestaging.com/signup
Virtual Staging Software & National Photography Services
Maybe you’ve heard of virtual staging on the real estate photography boards and thought it was something you should add to your virtual tour business. Perhaps you have not started offering this yet because you simply don’t have time in your busy schedule to learn a new piece of software. Whatever the reason the time to get started with Virtual Staging is now and we are pleased to offer a one hour virtual staging training webinar on Tuesday February 20th at 7:00 PM Eastern. Please join us on the live event and learn how to become a virtual staging expert!
REGISTER NOW – https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/8668201516552871682
We will have guest speaker Julie Carpenter joining us on the show. Julie has staged several hundred photos over the past several years using Real Tour Vision’s virtual staging software system! She will be showing some insider tips and tricks that are sure to save you time and make the training process very easy on new up and coming virtual stagers. Additionally, she will be going through the virtual staging process from start to finish for those who are new to virtual staging.
Before attending the show please make sure you have already setup a virtual staging software account – https://stager.virtualhousestaging.com/signup
Whether you are new to virtual staging or you have staged dozens of homes we are confident that you will learn something on this show.
Click the link above to register for the live event and we look forward to seeing you there!
Virtual Tours & Virtual House Staging
Order a virtual tour- 866-947-8687
We are proud to announce a recent upgrade to our virtual staging software which will now allow for easy furniture removal. It only made sense for a virtual staging software to also have the built in capabilities to remove furniture as well. Now that exciting new feature is officially built into the virtual staging system and is ready for you to use! Check it out now by logging into your virtual staging system here – https://stager.virtualhousestaging.com/ You will need Chrome or Safari to login.
Digitally editing unwanted furniture out of images can be very time consuming and costly. With our new furniture removal tool that is no longer the case and starts out for as little as $13 per photo. We’ve setup the pricing for this unique service to fluctuate depending on the amount of photo editing a photo will require. However even at our highest tier we feel that you’ll find the following pricing very affordable:
(Discounts ARE available with Bulk Purchases)
1-2 Items – $13
Lightly Furnished Photo – $17
Light to Medium Furnished Photo – $21
Medium Furnished Photo – $25
Furniture removal is a great tool to use when you want to de-clutter a room or a series of rooms. Maybe the furniture in the room is outdated. Perhaps it’s just not your style. Whatever your reason for wanting it gone, it is no longer necessary to put up with it or spend hundreds to have it professionally removed. Let us remove your unwanted furniture today with our all new furniture removal tool at an unbeatable price!
This amazing service is now available and active in your RTV Virtual Staging account. Use the link above for access.
Once the furniture has been removed from your photo you can immediately begin virtually staging the photo using our virtual staging software and vast library of digitized furniture. Please note that in some cases photos may be rejected if they are overly furnished. In these rare cases your full amount of money will be refunded back to you after your photo is evaluated. As always, happy staging!
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Great news everyone! The RTV Virtual Stager is adding about 200 furniture items per month and currently has over 2,000 staging items in the library. Training blogs will be available weekly as well as webinar training. We want YOU to experience the success that the virtual stager has given to 100’s of our photographers since its launch one year ago.
So you have logged on to the RTV virtual staging platform, but time is money and you want to make your first project look great. We are here to help with any questions from straightening/calibration positioning furniture downloading and pricing.
Once you log into the stager, on the bottom left you will see a “?.” Everybody using the virtual stager should have spent some time there. Click on the “Support” tab and you will see all the menus as the picture below shows.
If you need to know how to navigate the menu then “RTVStager Menu Structure” is for you.
Everyone should spend 30 minutes or so with “Getting Started.” The pictures can be clicked showing more detail in several areas:
1. View and edit sample scenes
2. Taking photographs
3. Upload your photos
4. Straighten and calibrate your photos
5. Setup payment
6. Create and edit scene for calibrated photograph
7. Save and download your scene
Showing the Tooltips is a great way to prompt the program to show you things such as how to move, rotate furniture or move pictures up and down.
You may have some questions that can be answered in the “FAQs” area. If you are stuck, please use the “Contact Us” tab and someone will get back to you – generally within an hour or two.
On the RTV virtual tour company webinar last week I went over pricing and it is very well covered here under the pricing tab. You will not be asked to use credits until you have straightened a picture and are ready to add furniture. You can remove watermarks by the picture, month or year by contacting us.
Go ahead and create your best staging job to submit here: https://stager.virtualhousestaging.com/#houses
Thank you for your time!
RTV Staging Team
Virtual House Staging & Virtual Tour Software
Order a virtual tour – 866-947-8687
This week’s virtual staging tip deals with treating vacant kitchens.
As a real estate virtual tour photographer, I will often make suggestions prior to the shoot to the home owner or agent. For kitchens I suggest removing towels, most small appliances, knives and replace with contrasting colorful fruit. A bowl of fruits and vegetables can look great! Like many photographers, I provide a staging list prior to the shoot.
For the best look, virtually stage the way you normally recommend staging to agents or home owners.
Many photographers don’t touch staging in a house but for those of you that rearrange kitchens how do you handle staging? Often 5 minutes of minimizing in a kitchen makes a huge difference. Some agents keep a few staging supplies in their car such as fruit bowls.
Virtually stage primary rooms for a polished look: living, dining, master, bedrooms, kitchens and outdoor areas. The RTV stager has added several fires available for fireplaces that may give an extra pop. Generally, after I stage a living area I like to take 5 minutes in Photoshop to add a fire and TV image.
The RTV Virtual Stager now has over 2,000 staging items in the library, Look under kitchens to find perfect staging items. If you have issues with getting items to sit properly on counters you can use the re-calibrate button and change the ceiling height. Training blogs will be available weekly as well as webinar training. There is also help and training directly on the RTV staging platform. Just visit the “?” for helpful tips.
Go ahead and create your best staging job to submit here:
Thank you for your time!
RTV Staging Team
Virtual Tour Software & Virtual Staging Software – 866-947-8687