Tips for getting high quality project photos using your smartphone
It’s that old saying that’s never been inaccurate, “A picture is worth a thousand words.” SPF contractors can talk to their heart’s content about their prowess, and about the range of projects they’ve taken on, but without images to represent those projects, how can the quality of their work be fully substantiated? That is why, in the majority of
cases, spray foam contractors make sure to take photos of their work before, during, and after the spray foam application
is completed. This becomes a common practice for savvy contractors, who assemble these photos in a project portfolio
showcasing their quality work – the type of quality that customers demand.
In recent years, the evolution from modest to cutting-edge quality smartphone cameras has turned out to be a blessing for
contractors – and everyone else for that matter. What was at first a seldom-used, poor quality camera on a mobile phone
became the normative method of taking photos across the board. With a thumb tap of a smartphone, SPF contractors can
now obtain high-resolution photos without risking their expensive DSLR camera or undertaking the additional expense
of hiring a professional photographer. But even though they reduce the need for an extra camera, smartphones aren’t
perfect, and can sometimes do more harm than good in terms of photo quality, which is why the following considerations
should to be taken into account before snapping away at a jobsite.
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