Twi-Light Photography by GARY HARRIS IMAGES

My goal for Realtors who are selling a property is to slow the buyer down when they view your listing. I offer you something that the competition is not - quality photography that makes a buyer want to step away from their computer and schedule a showing of the home you've listed. You can't sell a property to someone who's interest has not been stimulated enough to come see more. That's where GARY HARRIS IMAGES comes in. And there's no better way to stimulate a buyer into scheduling a showing by adding a Twi-Light Shoot to your Still Photo Package!

Remember, the purchase of a home is the biggest investment most people make in their lifetime, and photos are the first thing a buyer looks at when considering the purchase of a home. I realize that great home photography is a major factor influencing potential buyers to visit your listing. What better way to influence a buyer into wanting to visit your listing, than by presenting your listing with a Twi-Light Shoot.

The exterior of the home is photographed during the "Golden Hours" with beautiful golden light from the evenings sunset. While the interior lights give the home a warm magical glow.

Rather than the brighter distracting windows you get during a normal daytime shoot, you get beautiful deep blue or rich black non distracting windows, which add a ton of character to the rooms.

Now a buyer can spend their time focusing on the room itself, rather than their eyes being drawn to the bright daytime windows.

Order the Still Photo Package you want for the home, then just tell Gary to add a Twi-Light Shoot to that package and Gary will schedule the shoot to start 1 hour before sunset on the day you need. Times vary depending the time of sunset.

Call GARY HARRIS IMAGES to schedule a Twi-Light Shoot.


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