It's important to take quality photos that meet our clients' expectations. Since every job is reviewed before it's given to the client, it's possible for a job to be denied if it doesn't meet the requirements in the job instructions.
Here are some tips that will make sure your photos are approved:
Read and follow the instructions for EACH PHOTO carefully.
If the instructions say to capture an entire shelf section, make sure the whole section is visible in your photo. If they say not to cut off any products, make sure we can see every product on the shelf! Every job will be different, so make sure you read closely and follow all the requirements. Retake your photo before moving on if necessary.
Avoid obstructions in your photos like people, shopping carts, etc.
If there's a display, pillar, or other permanent store object keeping you from taking the perfect shot, we understand that's out of your control. Just do your best!
No blurry photos!
Hold your phone still to avoid blur, and make sure your fingers are not blocking the lens. Again, you can always retake the photo before moving forward if necessary.
NEVER skip a photo step.
If you think that your situation doesn’t match the instructions, first be sure to scroll down and check for our alternate instructions. For most cases these will cover what you need to do.
But, even if there are no alternate instructions or the alternate instructions also don't match your situation, you still need to take a photo of something that best shows your situation. If you just leave it blank your submission will probably be auto-denied and our review team won’t even see any comments that you left.
(In the rare circumstance that the alternate instructions cannot be followed, please reference our related article here: Most Common Denials: Alternate Photos!)
Check out this video to improve your camera skills, ensuring your jobs get approved:
We hope these tips will help you take good photos in your jobs!