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Construction Photography Best Practices: How to Capture and Store Useful Visual Documentation

Having comprehensive photographs of your construction project enables you to resolve disputes, prevent lawsuits, reduce repair costs, speed up inspection, improve facilities management, and more.

Anyone can go on site with their iPhone and start snapping photos, but effective documentation requires certain best practices.

In this guide, we break down exactly:

  • What should be documented
  • When photographs should be taken
  • Who should take the photos
  • How photos should be stored

When should you take photos of in-slab utilities? What are the risks of hiring an in-house photographer? How can you make visual documentation useful long-term? Read the guide to find out.

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