Two weeks back I was called by a client looking for twilight photos for her client’s condo. Of course twilight listing photos are always something I enjoy doing, but the view from this listing is what is so spectacular. This listing is listed by Claire McCauley | Coldwell Banker Pacesetter Steet
The Landmark Condo building is located near Airline on Ocean Drive. This waterfront condo features a huge floor plan (around two-thirds of an entire floor) and has pool, private pier, community room, and more. I also shot a listing video the following day – which will be a post later when I have the video complete. For the time being, enjoy these twilight images taken from the unit’s balcony, overlooking all the way from Ocean Drive to downtown to Naval Air Station – Corpus Christi.
Twilight photos are an easy way to enhance your homes online listing presence. If they are done correctly, twilight listing pictures will grab buyers’ attention quickly and hopefully, combined with quality interior and exterior photography, will convince them to schedule a showing, or even place an offer. Of course, there are a few things to consider:
- Your home needs to have either a spectacular evening view or have working landscape lighting
- It will take additional time to shoot and process (about 2 hours on-site additional shooting time around dusk)
- Some MLS boards may not allow a twilight image to be used as the primary image
Nighttime and twilight photography is how I really got interested in photography way back in the day, and it’s still something I love doing any chance I get.