You see many barns as a property and interiors photographer. Estate agents tend to love them and are often excited when commissioning the photographs to be taken. They can however be an Achilles heel to a residential photographer thanks to deep set windows (often leading to spectacular views), low ceilings, beams and acres of dark wood. Ask a residential photographer what makes shooting a house difficult and all of these traits crop up. It’s a matter of light, how well spread the light is and the difference in light between inside and out. We deal with this day in day out. Most people who know their shutter from their aperture will be able to take good photographs in
The return of GMT sees property photographers donning their winter jackets and head torches for a resurgence in dusk photography across Yorkshire. Of course, here at Exposure Property Marketing, we can carry out dusk photographs for you at any time of year but the earlier evenings do make the hours much more sociable!
Today we had the pleasure of photographing this stunning property, built in the garden of a neighbouring property. The architect designed home was discreetly situated, nestled in-between the existing properties. The choice of materials was sympathetic to the surrounding which helped it blend into the built landscape.
Another successful shoot with the aerial drone. We have managed to take some fantastic images of a breath-taking country estate. The weather was kind to us with only light winds which made the flights fairly straight forward.