I grew up in a construction family and worked for my dad for two years - learned some of my best life-lessons from him on ethics, integrity, and customer service.
Your photos speak to the build quality of your homes. I work in a municipal planning division and some of drawings that come across my desk for review - prepared by licensed architects, engineers, etc. - look like they were prepared on an etch-a-sketch.
Nice images ... and nice homes. I'm an architect, so I like images that I feel I'm there - so I'd have to say that #6 is my favorite. You feel like you're in the "set" if you will. I shoot a lot of architecture, interiors and building signage (if anyone even knew that was possible or even wanted). I like the settings of most of these and honestly prefer the vegitation grown up, over "new" and young plants.
Great job (on both sides of the camera in this case!). Thanks for sharing ...
You are correct that the mature vegetation looks much better than the new plants from a fresh landscaping job on a new home. The current situation just makes it much harder to find a good angle to capture the home when it is hidden behind the trees.
Hello Larry, I have to tell you, your images and homes are stunning! I love construction and architectural photography and your images have truly been an inspiration to me. The vibrant color, spot on exposure, sharpness and composition are all top notch. I too like the last image the best... not sure if it is the image (framed by the pine trees and shrubs) or the stone and wood on the home itself! That is a beautiful home!
I'm not really much of an expert on anything but I have been a custom gunsmith as a hobby (school trained)for well over 50 years and believe I know quality when I see it. If your homes are as nicely built as you photograph them I envy those who own and enjoy them. You are to be congratulated on 2 difficult mediums well done.