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The dusk and twilight hours are undoubtedly my favorite time of day to take photographs.So often in photography you will hear that it's all about the light and who am I to disagree.Twilight offers a unique lighting scenario, within which ambient light (sunlight) gradually fades, creating a sparse but magical effect that is almost impossible to create artificially. If there’s a view involved it gets even better. Twilight has the power to hide those mundane details and make any home look magnificent. Architecture looks good in many types of lighting, such as front lighting, side lighting, back lighting, and when the sky is overcast and clouds are threatening. However, there is something especially mysterious, beautiful, and even magical when you take pictures of it at twilight. Here is a collection our twilight photography.Browse any magazine or website and you’ll find that one of the more popular residential images makes use of twilight architectural photography. But to get the right lighting, the work can be complex. Many hours of effort goes into the production of this singular image.he first thing to understand is that the light is fleeting. On a given night, I only have the ability to stage and shoot one or two shots. You miss the timing, the image becomes too fake and overdone.. Here is a collection our twilight photography:

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