Advantage of Virtual Twilights in Real Estate

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What is a Virtual Twilight photo? That mean you takes ONE day-time photo and simulates a twilight scene using Photoshop.  It is not a replacement for twilight photography with multi-bracketed shots or advanced lighting techniques. These examples are representative of the kind of lighting and window views you should expect.  Usually we do try to remove shadows, add lighting effects and adjust window color to simulate twilight photography.  However, if you are expecting to clearly see the inside of the home and have no window reflections. Then, please do not order this option as refunds will not be provided.

Advantage of Virtual Twilights

A key advantage of Virtual Twilights is that you can control all the factors.  In other words, it doesn’t matter if there’s a less-than-stellar sunset that evening or if half the lights aren’t working inside. As long as there’s a good daytime shot to use as a starting point, you can have a the virtual image with the look of picture-perfect every time.

Plus, Virtual Twilights can be tweaked until they’re perfect for your unique listing. If you’d prefer a sky with more pink and purple hues, we can easily add those. If you decide you’d like to have the fire pit lit, we can do that, too! With Virtual Twilights, we can easily edit until you are satisfied with the finished photo.

Advantage of Virtual Twilights
Advantage of Virtual Twilights

Twilights are an effective marketing tool for showing off a unique facet of the home at sunset.  Similarly, Virtual Twilights are just as effective while also removing the need to return to the property for a second time.

Qblends Virtual Twilight solutions

Our Qblends team are familiar with various of Virtual Twilight solutions. In post-processing, we can follow your style you want. Normally, all the clients want to replace the daytime sky with a photoshopped twilight sky. Then lights are added to windows, lamp posts, string lights, etc. The rest of the photo is darkened slightly so that the illuminated areas “pop” just as they would in a real Twilight image.

If you’re curious about Virtual Twilights and want to see more examples, please contact us

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