The twilight exterior is popular because it's warm and inviting. We balance the interior lights and background with strobes lighting up the exterior.
We couldn't resist including the foyer with this image of the gorgeous dining room. The caged lighting casts very interesting shadows onto the foyer ceiling and walls.
Our client requested we capture as much of the home as possible with this image. We delivered with this 5 feature image: Living room, partial kitchen, breakfast nook, bonus room and pool.
The kitchen is usually the focal point of a home. Here we wanted to show the entire room without favoring one side or the other. The bird cage lighting casts visually appealing shadows onto the ceiling.
Stoves like this deserve special attention so we recommended a detail image of it to highlight this custom home feature.
This bedroom seemed perfect for a moody image. We accomplished this with special lighting and post production techniques.
Relaxing and inviting was our focus for this exquisite master bath image.
This tub fixture was so unique we thought it should be highlighted with it's very own detail image.
This bonus room in the back of the house is multi purpose and very cozy.
Delightful areas like this pool and outdoor kitchen can be further enhanced with our specialty cinemagraphs which incorporate video into still images. Inquire for a demonstration preview to see for yourself how eye grabbing they are.
High powered strobes lit up this night scene, along with a lot of accent lighting for enhancing detail.
The precise positioning required for this image would not have been possible with a drone. Therefore a lift was utilized to accomplish the necessary angle.
This image captures the breathtaking scene between two custom homes.
The view from this communities model home is serene and enchanting.
Precise camera settings were vital to create just enough movement in the foreground water for dramatic effect.
We end where we started. The still waters of the community creek are a calming sight. This is looking back at the rushing water of the previous image. What a difference an hour makes. A "window view" technique was incorporated in post production to widen the image for optimal online viewing.