Our mantra here at Studio Find It is everything rents! Follow these simple steps to ensure your item can be easily found in our search engine and that it appears enticing to productions.
Each category has it’s own set of questions, so give it a once over to make sure you have all of the details handy. If you’re unclear about an answer, do your best to obtain accurate information before moving forward with your submission. If you’re unclear about a question, contact us and let us know how we can help. Also, take note of how many photos are required for your item’s category as you can’t submit an item without them. Submissions can be edited later through your account if you forget something and want to add or update it later on.
Take pictures of your item.
You don’t need to be a photographer to take a great picture of your item! In fact, we’ve had users submit satisfactory photos using the camera on their phone. We recommend reviewing our photography page for tips and tricks to make your item look amazing in it’s listing. If after that you’re still worried about taking your own photos, contact us and we’ll set you up with a local professional photographer who can help you out.
Prepare your additional description.
First and foremost, be honest. If the item you’re listing has dings, dents and scratches and barely runs – say so. This is not a deterrent for productions. In fact, it could be exactly what they’re looking for. So, whether you have a lavish residence, or a small run-down shack, remember our mantra – everything rents!
Second, be descriptive. You are the owner of the item and you know it inside and out. Imagine describing it to a person who has never seen it before and is unable to view your photos. Visualize the color, shape, condition, use/purpose, sound – anything that applies to your item – then write down those details.
Third, be searchable. In addition to the specifics that we ask in the questionnaire section of the submission form, your additional description is searchable, so use common words when describing your item. We’re not saying that you shouldn’t use specific terms, you should just use common terms as well. So, if you’re describing regional artwork, a good example would be “Hopi Native American Kachina Dolls” which in this case states specific information such as “Hopi” and “Kachina” and common terms such as “Native American” and “Dolls”.
The submission process takes less than two minutes if you’ve prepared all of the above. If you have any questions or run into any snags (computers can be unpredictable!) contact us and we’ll help you out. Our team personally reviews all submissions, so if we’re unclear on anything or think there’s a way to improve upon it, we’ll be in contact within 72 hours.