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To Twilight or Not to Twilight?

Updated: Sep 3, 2020

Your house is going on the market. You have done all the hard work in getting it ready and now you want to show it off.

One of your most powerful pieces of marketing is your photos but should you get them done during the day or at twilight?

There are some properties that lend themselves perfectly to the setting sunlight and others that shine best during the day, but how do you choose?

A twilight shoot will perfectly suit a home with an abundance of outdoor lighting or landscaping that is beautifully illuminated including that glistening pool you just put in!

One of the most important things is nice even lighting and plenty of it. Make sure all the lighting is the same colour and all the globes are working, this will make your property pop and glow in the evening light.

Daytime photos are a staple in the industry so a twilight shoot will stand out during a search online and make your property shine against the competition and it gives potential buyers a different view of the property they might not get to see upon inspection.

If you still can’t decide why not have both? A day to twilight shoot could be the perfect option to get the best of both worlds. Why not showcase the abundance of natural light that floods in during the afternoon and then capture the property at its finest once the sun dips below the horizon.

Below are some examples of beautiful twilight shoots:

If you are still not sure which way to go the Crib team are always here to help.

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