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Twilight Photography - Will My Property benefit?

Most if not all properties will benefit from twilight or dusk photography but some are more suited than others.

There is something about the warm glow of the lights against the often dramatic evening sky that is very appealing to the viewer.

I have even seen data that suggests a better than 50% increase in views of twilight images over daytime images. Sort of makes it a little compelling doesn’t it?


However, some properties have great views of water or parks that sometimes get lost in the semi darkness of twilight. These properties may be better served with daytime images or where possible both daytime and twilight.

Often when providing twilight shoots we will send the photographer a little early, this gives time to capture some drone photos if required and also views that will be lost later on.

Some of the most appealing twilight images involve water, pools, lakes, canals and even dams can be used to get the reflection of the home in the water.



If your home has external lighting it will most likely be a star subject for twilight, if the property is vacant with no power than it is of no value at all.






And if your property has a great deck that has views of the setting sun, well that can be magical.






So, when you are next considering real estate photography make sure you give a thought to twilight images.

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