I’m not a big fan of Adirondack Chairs, but I really liked the way this seller had positioned them out front like this.
Kitchens are often the cleanest, neatest place in a shoot. Not always. And generally everything is neat and clean, but everyone seems to go the distance on their kitchen, probably because we all know that’s where we all wind up hanging out when entertaining.
I’ve never been one for wetting down the concrete — I always think it looks like some major plumbing issue has occurred — but sometimes Mother Nature insists….
Family room with back yard.
A pole gives an interesting perspective on a property. Some people use a UAV but that’s overkill in 90% of situations.
Geeky details: Above was shot with a mirrorless Sony A6000 and a Rokinon 12mm lens with the camera atop an 8-16-foot pole (probably at around 12 feet at this point).
I liked this staged dining room. It’s a loft over the living room. Nice layout.