Architecture and Real Estate Photos

Behind The Scenes Photos, Real Estate Photography

Behind The Scenes (BTS) photos from my Real Estate Photography gigs.   Often times, the realtor is speaking on camera, doing an intro for his/her video tour that I produce (see an example here). Tom shooting his intro for a house in Boulder   This job takes a lot of ‘stuff’    My son (above) helping me on a shoot   Video shoot (above) with Shawna, and some lighting help from a reflector and a willing assistant!  

Twilight and Dusk Architecture and Home Photos

A collection of my favorite twilight/dusk photos of homes and other interesting buildings. I love photographing buildings during ‘Golden Hour’ and have found that both HDR and Long Exposures can produce great results.     Many of these shots are of the interesting buildings in and around the Town of Erie.   Our beautiful library, community center and more! ” order_by=”sortorder” order_direction=”ASC” returns=”included” maximum_entity_count=”500″]The ‘Golden Hour’ is truly magic!

1013 Berea, Boulder Colorado Video and Photo Tour

Video and Photo tour of 1013 Berea, Boulder, Colorado presented by Brett Sawyer of Colorado Landmark Properties. 303-517-4147 http://www.coloradolandmark.com/agents/BrettSawyer Photos – Album on Flickr: https://flic.kr/s/aHskUbZgHj or click the photo below to see a slideshow. Video   I used an Autel X-Star Premium Drone for the Aerials, and a Steadicam Solo, a Konova Slider and a Canon 5D Mark III and a Canon 5DSR.  

Real Estate & Architectural Photography in Erie, Colorado

My new hometown of Erie, Colorado has some very charismatic buildings, homes and even churches.   Lately, the evenings have had some nice light, so I’ve been out doing some photography of the local real estate and other buildings here in Erie. One of my favorite subjects was the library and community center here, as well as the church across the street (St. Luke Orthodox) I am very much looking forward to Spring and Summer when there are flowers, green grass, and longer days.    Should be very good for the camera!