Guide to Taking a Pictureadmin2023-03-15T16:34:53+00:00
Taking a Picture
Taking Photos of Vehicle Damage After An Accident
Taking a good image of the damage sustained on your vehicle enables us to give you the most accurate estimate for the cost of repair, here are some guidelines for you to follow to help you take the best pictures:
Try to make sure that you take your photograph at the same level that the damage is, taking a photograph from above or below may not provide the most accurate picture of the damage.
Take your photograph at a slight angle, as otherwise your reflection or the reflection of other objects may be shown which may distort the details of the damage.
Where possible, take your photographs in natural light so that the damage areas are visible as much as possible and watch out for glare from sunlight or lighting on your image, which may distort the areas of damage.
Take two photographs of each damaged area if you can, the first showing the damage from a distance that also includes undamaged areas i.e. the adjacent panel, and a second that is a close up of the damage.
If your vehicle is dirty then this may hide the severity and level of damage sustained in a photograph, therefore, it is suggested that you clean down the affected area if possible to remove any high levels of dirt.
Whole Damage Area
Close Up of Damage
Additional Close Up
Turners Accident Repair have been providing fast and efficient accident repairs since 1969, working with major insurers, fleet providers and general public.