The bedrock of any real estate photography is quality interior photography. Showing off your property in the best way possible takes extensive knowledge in compositing, framing, lighting, editing, and years of experience of knowing when and why to take a shot. At Top Shot Photos, we provide that in every photo we take, in every photographer we send out. We make it a goal to listen to your needs and will take the extra step necessary to make sure the photo we take is the best it can be. That could be as simple as fixing a misshapen pillow or as complex as moving furniture around.
Unlike other real estate photography companies, we take care in making sure windows are properly exposed, angles are straight and even in height, and that the color tone is consistent and true to the property. We even have advanced editing techniques to add fire, screens, and other elements into the photograph to help further the overall look of the picture.
The face of your property, and many times the listing's key initial impression is the exterior picture. The grounds and surrounding area are often just as important to capture as the interior, as such we take great care in ensuring the quality of work is on par with any interior work we do. Our photographers know the exact time of day or exact moment in a day to best capture the exterior of your property. We are also well versed in sky replacement editing should it be a cloudy day on your shoot.
One of the most important ways to get your listing sold is to bring potential clients in with jaw-dropping pictures. Cue twilight photography! Our expertise has fortified our ability to know when and how to capture your listing in the most dramatic way possible. Coupled with our superior editing techniques, we know how to make your photos POP while still retaining the natural look of the home.
This type of photography is perfect for homes that have great exterior lighting (up-lights on the house, the grounds, and pool lighting, etc.). It is also ideal for properties with a lighter exterior (houses with dark exteriors don’t typically turn out well). It normally starts about 20-30 minutes after the sun has set and lasts for another 10-15 minutes after that.