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Anyone do virtual staging from pictures i have an agent that has pictures she needs virtually staged.
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PetraSoderling private msg quote post Address this user
Hi, my company cBlue-Sketch.com does. I will pm you the details.
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I'm sure a pro like Petra can do a great job, but if you want a do-it-yourself option, try visualstager.com.

You purchase "credits" and depending on number of credits purchased at one time, your cost is about $10 - $15 per photo.
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I have worked with Petra, I can only recommend her, she is doing a great job!
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I have worked with Petra, Blue-Sketch.com, I can only recommend her, she is doing a great job!
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That's some nice work at Blue-Sketch.com. I didn't know that one existed. I've always wondered what would happen if someone staged a room like this



That's Pee Wee's Playhouse. Since I haven't seen it done before, maybe it hasn't. I'm wondering if something like that could go viral or become newsworthy if a real house for sale was staged like that. I guess the same house could also have regular staging too. Maybe site visitors could play with buttons to see rooms morph between fantasy and reality.

Sometimes the most bizarre things go viral like those "Will it Blend" videos. CNN says the blender company that made those videos saw sales increase by 500 percent. Perhaps the biggest benefit of a successful viral ad campaign might be rewards for the company that made it happen.

Who knows how many Twitter users might retweet a Matterport home filled with cats. They love cats. The problem would be in getting hundreds of cats to stand still for the scans. Thinking way outside the box like that and imagining "what if" can sometimes get the creative juices flowing as seen when years ago a creative CEO went, "WHAT IF .. I film me pulverizing an iPhone in one of our blenders and put the video of it on YouTube."


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I am curious whether home buyers would like to see their own furniture staged virtually? Currently it's probably too expensive because it's manual but in future, if matterport could place the buyer's furniture staged in VR by click of a button, do you think it will increase inclination for the buyer to buy?
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