Aerial Photography for Marketing Architecture, Construction, Engineering, and Landscape Design Projects
Aerial photos should not be just high-vantage, descriptive snapshots, but rather beautiful, showcase-quality images that highlight design, use, and context from a unique point of view.
…to focus only on the different perspective and incredibly wide field of view that photographing from a helicopter provides, is to ignore just how different the world looks from a few hundred feet above the ground. Aerial Photography Comparisons in the Seattle / Tacoma area For more than thirty five years, I’ve been looking down […]
Over more than a dozen projects, I’ve learned that the logistics of photographing schools are different from other types of designed and built architecture or construction projects… Various Clients – Photography of Schools and K-12 Education Projects in Seattle, Kirkland, Redmond, Tacoma, and elsewhere Over the past five or so years, I’ve quietly amassed quite […]
There’s been a lot made recently about Seattle being the construction crane capitol of the US, including this July, ’17 story in the Seattle Times. So when I was shooting aerial photos of Seattle’s fast-changing South Lake Union neighborhood earlier this summer, I wasn’t too surprised at how many I could see from just that […]
Since I’ve been paying attention to the fast-moving developments surrounding Unmanned Aerial Systems – UAS or UAV(ehicles), more commonly called drones — I wanted to know what other photographers are thinking about the current state of drone photography and how it’s impacting their business, good or bad. I sent five questions to two other photographers […]
Anyone who’s not living under a rock here in Seattle knows that Sound Transit has been on a building spree. The two newest Link Light Rail station to open are on Capitol Hill and at the University of Washington’s Husky Stadium on Montlake Blvd. I recently completed a set of aerial photos of the […]
When I was about ten years old, I fell in love with small planes. A friend of the family’s had her private pilot’s license and would occasionally take my dad, my brother, and me flying in a 4-seat Cessna 172. Four seats meant my mom, who hated flying anyway, had to stay home on the […]