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Twilight Photography.

What is a Twilight Photo?

A twilight photo is taken of the exterior of the property, at dusk. It is used to showcase landscape/property lighting, pool lighting and features like fire pits, and also to showcase a beautiful sunset. Sellers like twilight photos because they “look cool”, and they are different from the regular exterior shot. They are more likely to grab the attention of the buyer when a home search is performed and thumbnails of properties are returned.

Benefits of a Twilight Photo

• They look cool. They just do. (Although they have to be done correctly!)
• They showcase property lighting that a buyer generally doesn’t see.
• They allow you to stick out from your competition by offering a service they don’t offer.
• They bring clients to you who normally list higher-end properties.

Sellers will need to Perpare for the Twilight Shot:

• Have all blinds up in the front of the house.
• Have all lights on in the rooms in the front of the house.
• No cars in the driveway.
• Have front of home free of items that don't belong in the picture: garden hoses, trash cans, etc.

I will arrive a few minutes before sunset and I will take a photo of the front of the house every 5 minutes (approximately) as the sun sets. This will allow me to get just the right shot.

Sample shots:













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