I'm wondering how other photographers deal with weather related rescheduling. In Minnesota, weather is not always nice and sunny, nor is it always ideal for those perfect exterior shots that every agent wants. Recently, we have had several agents that cancel last minute because it's "too cloudy", and even had one agent send us an email that going forward they will not have any photos taken on cloudy days. Obviously, that creates havoc from a scheduling perspective, but this particular agent has been with us for 15 years and is a very heavy lister, so I feel some loyalty to accommodate her the best we can. How does everyone handle bad weather situations?
As Seattle real estate photographer Dan Achatz demonstrates in the video above, most cloudy weather days can be dealt with with just sky replacement.
Whether or not you do sky replacement, you need to be in control of your schedule, so think through what your policy is and put it in your terms of service:
Oh, and here is the PFRE sky library (contributed over the years by PFRE readers) if you need some sunny skies.