Welcome among Meero's partner photographers and videographers! Here is some information before you start offering your services on the platform.

Reminder of your status as a partner photographer

As a Meero partner, it is your responsibility to have a professional status in accordance with the applicable rules: self-employed, self-manager, company, one-man business....

You perform your services independently, without being subordinated in any way to Meero. As such, you are not subject to any right of direction or control by Meero, as to how you provide your services.

It is nevertheless your responsibility to comply with all reasonable requirements expressed in the contract that contribute to the best execution of the service and the contract that governs it (customer recommendations in particular).

If you have any questions about your status, you can contact us.

How does Meero work ?

As soon as you become a Meero partner photographer, you can offer your services on the Meero platform. You will then receive by SMS and/or email proposals for reports close to your home and according to your availability, aimed at putting you in touch with the end customer. You can accept or not these reports and you can manage them from your Meero personal space. Thanks to its avant-garde technology, Meero then takes care of retouching the photos and delivering them according to the customer's expectations.

What is the equipment required to be a Meero partner photographer?

To be a Meero partner photographer, it is necessary for you to have the equipment to meet customer expectations (camera, lens - the size of the sensor to be taken into account is the size of the camera):

  • If you have a full frame: focal ranges between 17 and 24mm are recommended for real estate photo reports.
  • If you have an APS-C: between 12 and 16mm to have the equivalent 35mm.
  • In general, image-altering lenses, such as Fisheyes, are not included in the list of lenses compatible with Meero services because they do not meet customer expectations.
  • Finally, the APS-C lens on a full-format camera should be avoided because it creates vignetting and this visual effect does not meet customer standards.

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