Maine Real Estate For Sale !

head_left_image

Do You Do It, Shoot Eye Candy Pictures Late At Night?

Sometimes the real estate listing needs a little after hours exposure, attention and night time photos can add to the romance, sizzle of the property being peddled, showcased.

maine store grocery photos A Maine corner grocery store is a bee hive of local community activity.

The images, video shot used in Maine real estate flirting, marketing.

Sometimes, it can be more dramatic, memorable if collected at night.

Because the middle name of a neighborhood corner store starts with "C".

Ends with a big, "I'm not hungry any more" self satisfied  smile.

So you come back over and over.

Not just once a month or year either.  "Convenience". It's when the process is so easy, time saving that you make the bell ring a lot. Open the door, causing the electronic eye chimes to sound and hit one along the way. Becomes a habit. When you've had a good busy day and accomplished lots. Or are just glad you made it to the finish line. That it's over. In the casual speed of life that happens right on time, schedule.

Often a call to a well run, hits-the-spot corner store, take out happens due to the service, quality of food and the fact the place is working your kind of hours. Because you realize just because you've already frequented the joint for some food to go, a pizza or two, that it is okay to have the specialty pie from Italy more than once or twice a week. I think it is a new law, in the bill of rights, spelled out somewhere. Wasn't it hotly debated legislation passed by House and Senate in Washington? Time for a Maine real estate commercial listing video.

Watch the Maine small corner grocery store, food take out video.

Do you shoot pictures at night, in the dark for a little more dramatic approach to a business that is listed? ME real estate that is in its prime time, hay day in that local community programming slot? Maine, come for a day, stay for a life time. Wake up and start your dream in blue and green in Maine. The way life should be.

I'm Maine REALTOR Andrew Mooers, ME Broker

info@mooersrealty.com | 207.532.6573

Log on www.mooersrealty.com   www.ownmainerealestate.com

www.youtube.com/mooersrealty

youtube icon chicklet,mooers realty youtube videos  twtter icon chicklet,mooers realty twitter  flickr icon chicklet,mooes realty flickr photostream  facebook icon chicklet,mooers realty facebook page  linkedin icon chicklet,mooers realty linkedin activerain blog rss feed, feed icon mooers chicklet blogger icon chicklet,mooers realty blogger site wordpress icon chicklet,meinmaine blog digg icon chicklet,digg mooers realty  google ning chicklet   mooers realty tumblr site  maine listings real estate logopinterest logo chicklet

 

 

 

Comment balloon 7 commentsAndrew Mooers | 207.532.6573 • January 20 2012 08:31AM

Comments

Andrew, that's a great idea and one I hadn't really thought about!  Thank you!

Posted by Bob Haywood, BobHaywood.com (McGraw Realtors) over 8 years ago

Andrew, I definitely need more practice with photos at night.  This was a great write up too.  Makes me want to buy it...if I ever decided to go into retail again lol.

Posted by Mona Gersky, GRI,IMSD-Taking the mystery out of real estate. (MoonDancer Realty, Dillsboro,NC) over 8 years ago

Great idea...businesses (and homes) take on a very different look at night and shooting them at night is a great way to stand out from the norm. Thanks for sharing!

Posted by Charlie Dresen, Steamboat Springs, CO e-Pro (Steamboat Sotheby's International Realty) over 8 years ago

You bet cha Andrew! In fact when the time comes to sale our home we've already said we will shoot it both in the sun and at night and ask agents with serious buyers to bring them both at day and night.    We have really made a point of night lighting ambiance that gives the house an entirely different feel at night than during the day.  Night shots work!

Posted by John McCormack, CRS, Honesty, Integrity, Results, Experienced. HIRE Me! (Albuquerque Homes Realty) over 8 years ago

Bob ... The bustling corner grocery is often hit, visited by you andme grocery corner store night time photo I at night, after the 9-5 every other business than small mom and pops, real estate agents and brokers work! Capture the setting, create the marketing that is not the norm, same ole same ole. Night time can be the right time.

Charlie ... Sunset is a magic time too for a little more dramatic setting. Makes the eye candy go down easier for a better all around real estate buyer experience.

John ... I find some videos are a two part production. Shoot the outside exterior in the daylight before the first snow storm of the season hits tomorrow thinking. Then go back at night so with all the interior lights on, the windows do not make the light sensor balance go hay wire as you pan, dolly slide a window. You don't want arch welder brightness over windows and then darker than the inside of a cow adjustments to "pump" up and down. Even steven is where she is at with videos that are easy to watch, making the "home delivery".

Posted by Andrew Mooers | 207.532.6573, Northern Maine Real Estate-Aroostook County Broker (MOOERS REALTY) over 8 years ago

Andrew - what a great night shot you captured of this quaint convenience store! I still haven't honed the fine art of night photography mainly because I'm too impatient, but you've inspired me. I also love a privately owned, hometown store and drop by "The Morris Plains" at least 3 times a week for backed goods, sandwiches and of course the staples: milk, eggs and bread. Most of their food is homemade and saves me lots of time!

Posted by Kristine Ginsberg, NJ Home Stager (Elite Staging and Redesign, LLC) over 8 years ago

Kristine... When they are right along the way, handy to home they are a big part of your life. Everyone needs milk, bread, eggs, the paper and the vittles!

Posted by Andrew Mooers | 207.532.6573, Northern Maine Real Estate-Aroostook County Broker (MOOERS REALTY) over 8 years ago

This blog does not allow anonymous comments