And here is the “Part II” post! I got to do some slightly more architectural photography at these properties, which I really enjoyed. Here is “Part I” in case you missed it.
Back in late spring a client asked me to photograph several medical facilities in Stockbridge, Snellville and Augusta, GA. I photographed everything from lobbies to waiting rooms, exam rooms, dental exam areas and the above Cyberknife in Augusta. I had to arrive pretty early in the morning to photograph areas where patients are usually treated. Shooting quickly was a must and I didn’t have time to tidy some of the spaces that I was photographing.
It’s almost mid-July and it has been a hot summer so far in the Atlanta area. Way too hot if you ask me! Where is the rain?? I’m ready for three months of October…jeans and long-sleeved t-shirts. But until then how about some photographs of pools? I have photographed these pools over the past two years or so (a few of them just within that past few weeks) in and around Macon, GA, Atlanta and Birmingham, AL.
(Roswell Real Estate Photographer) – I was lucky enough to photograph this unique property in Roswell, GA about three weeks ago. The house was under contract within a couple days of listing but I still wanted to share some of the photos here. The house had such a historic feel to it that I had to ask when it was built.
Photographing this house in Brookhaven, GA just over a week ago was a lot of fun. The house was cleanly and simply staged and ready to go when I arrived. The kitchen had been completely updated and was great to photograph – so many good angles to choose from!
I photographed a unique property in Macon, GA a couple of weeks ago. The house itself is large and quite traditional; parts of it almost look like they were designed to mimic a museum. But what makes the property unique is its five acres and location on the Ocmulgee River (have you seen “Fried Green Tomatoes”?
I took this photo in December 2013 as part of an assignment but I just realized that I haven’t ever shared it here, other than in my portfolio. This is the Coca-Cola Museum in downtown Atlanta with the Westin, 191 Peachtree Tower, the Georgia Pacific building, the American Cancer Society building and just the edge of Centennial Park visible in the photo. The Georgia Aquarium was directly behind me.
Merry Christmas to everybody out there from this unseasonable warm, drizzly Christmas Eve (technically Christmas Day) in Georgia!
Back in mid-September I drove about 1,400 miles through Tennessee, North Carolina, South Carolina and back into Georgia to photograph 18 commercial properties for a client. In early October I flew up to New York to photograph two more. I enjoy going back and forth between residential and commercial property photography – I like the change of pace and getting to switch out one set of challenges for another.
Just a quick update to prove that I’m still alive and kicking. I’ve been photographing some commercial properties recently (in Tennessee, North Carolina, South Carolina and Georgia) and I have two more to photograph this week (in New York and New Jersey). In the mean time, here are a few new photographs from a home in Smyrna, GA that I photographed in late August.
Sandy Springs, GA Real Estate and Interior Photography – Yikes! It’s been almost four weeks since my last post! But I’ve been busy shooting, so that’s my excuse =) I photographed this home in Sandy Springs, GA just before the 4th of July and it was a fun property to shoot. What makes a property “fun” to photograph, you ask? Large spaces and simple staging.
It’s been pretty hot here in the Atlanta area for the past two weeks. The day time highs have been getting up into the mid 90s and over night lows have been in the mid and upper 70s. Way too hot for me! I haven’t been doing outdoorsy stuff as much as usual – just walking to the mailbox can make you break into a sweat!
Things got a little busy and mid May turned into early June. But here are the photos of the lovely home near Chastain Park that I was fortunate enough to photograph just over a month ago. There were multiple offers on the house the day it was listed and it is now under contract. Such a large house with so many open spaces made it hard to choose which angles to photograph; every time I turned around there was another good shot to be had.