Aerial Photography for Marketing Architecture, Construction, Engineering, and Landscape Design Projects

Aerial Photography for Marketing Architecture, Construction, Engineering, and Landscape Design Projects

Think of aerial photos not as just high-vantage, descriptive snapshots, but rather as another unique opportunity to create beautiful images that showcase design, use, and context — just from a unique point of view.

As I’ve said before, viewing the world from a small helicopter is one of my favorite professional things to do. The flying itself is tremendously fun, plus add in the photography and I’m the proverbial kid-in-a-candy-store. But my clients aren’t paying for me to just have a laugh, they need images that are beautiful, descriptive, and a smart value.

I’m often asked by prospective clients, “What would I use these for?” So, I thought it’d be helpful to see how other firms have put my aerial photography to use on their websites and other materials. When viewing these, please keep in mind that focusing only on the different perspective and wide field of view that a helicopter provides, is to ignore just how different the world looks from a few hundred feet above the ground. Think of aerial photos not as just high-vantage, descriptive snapshots, but rather as another unique opportunity to create beautiful images that showcase design, use, and context — just from a unique point of view.

Thanks for having a look, and please be in touch with any questions about pricing or logistics. Or if you have a project you’d like to have aerial photos of, I’d love to know the details and offer a bid.

Dexter Station / Facebook’s rooftop gardens and community spaces, as shown on The Berger Partnership homepage rotation.
Yesler Terrace re-development and downtown Seattle as shown on Vulcan Real Estate’s website.
Dexter Station / Facebook as shown in printed marketing collateral for American HydroTech.
Nintendo America HQ’s massive green roof as shown on HydroTech’s website.
Amazon HQ development in South Lake Union as shown on NBBJ’s website.
Highway 520 floating bridge, Lake Washington, and Mt. Rainier beyond shown as a double page spread in the corporate in-house magazine for BergerABAM, now part of the worldwide WSP firm.
Images from Alaska Airlines’ corporate tribute to Boeing’s 100th birthday, photographed for Nyhus Communications

For more information on the uses of aerial photos for marketing architecture, construction, and engineering (A/C/E), or any kind of projects, please see my blog post Aerial Photography – Near and Far Comparisons . For more aerial photography samples, please see my Aerial Photography Gallery page. Thanks again.

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