I had the opportunity to shoot some twilight photos at this really cool place in Dana Point. It was a pretty rough week since I came down with the flu on Monday. Luckily this place helped me bounce out of it since it’s not everyday you get to shoot such a unique place like this. Have a look at some of the photos in the full post.
Continue reading Day to Day: 34545 Scenic Dr, Dana Point
Talk about a view! This newly remodeled soft contemporary home in Monarch Beach is stellar. I spent a few hours here and then returned that night to take some twilights. Check out some of the shots on the full post.
Continue reading Day to Day: 337 Monarch Bay, Monarch Beach
Well, April has already come and gone – where does the time go! I’ve put together a small collection of my favorite images from last month. Click here to view them in all of their glory.
Continue reading April in Review
What a challenge!!! This was one of the more difficult homes I’ve shot. When I first arrived I was met with bright windows and a dark wood interior. After fighting with the extremely difficult dynamic range in each photograph, I ended up with some great shots! I got to come back later in the day to get some twilight and epic view shots. Be sure to read the full post to see some more of the final images.
Continue reading Day to Day; 32311 Caribbean, Monarch Beach
A few days ago I shot my second home for Lee Tenant with Coldwell Banker. This one was two doors down from the previous home I did for her a few months back. It was the same floor plan, so that made things a bit easier. Already had most of the compositions planned out before I even got there. This home had a nice light, airy feel to it and it shows in the photographs. Have a look at some before and after shots past the break!
Continue reading Day to Day; Sunstar Ln
Last week I was given the opportunity to re-shoot a few of Ken Ross’ listings on Beach Rd in Capistrano Beach. The homes were Amazing, to say the least. One was a newly constructed Contemporary home and the other was more Traditional. He expressed his concern about the issues he had with his previous photographer and was looking to get images that “popped”. He was very satisfied with the photos I produced. How do you think I measured up? More images after the break.
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