Architectural Photography Post Processing

Here’s an example of the last mile we often go through to get an image just right. At times it’s impossible to capture the image without hindrances or obstacles… in these cases we need to clean things up a bit. This goes on in small and large ways throughout our post processing workflow.


You don’t take a photograph, you make it.  – Ansel Adams

While this image doesn’t fall in the top tier from the shoot, it nevertheless shows an elevation the client would benefit using as a reference. We try to include this category of images to tell the entire project ‘story’ – It becomes invaluable for clients in securing future projects and developing an office design library.


While photographing the Monterey Recreation Trail yesterday for BFS Landscape Architecture sometimes you turn around and see things like this.


“It is a peculiar part of the photographer’s adventure to know where luck is most likely to lie in the stream, to hook it, and to bring it in without unfair play and without too much subduing it.”
– James Rufus Agee


Eichler Reborn


We photographed this unique mid-century modern Eichler House remodel for architect Guy Ayers and Landscape Architects Bernard Trainor + Associates.

Designed for a young family of design junkies, the landscape experience unfolds into a journey through serene spaces, lush plantings and beautifully formed hardscape elements.  Hints of color are revealed throughout and large expanses of glass, allowing for a continual sense of indoor-outdoor flow.  Beginning at a completely transformed street-front garden space, the landscape layers unfold around the house, culminating in a private master bedroom oasis of peace and tranquility.

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