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Aug 20 2015
Article by: Tampa Architectural Photographer Brian Swartzwelder
Project: Northland Investment Corporation

Photography is an art form. Today art is combined with technology to showcase many new views of our landscapes. The technology and availability of new photography equipment has made aerial photography a popular option for those looking to showcase their model homes.

Aerial photography allows photographers to capture your property at angles that you can not get by standing on the ground. With aerial photography, you can capture full angles in one photograph. Also, the ability to survey the rooftops of your model homes are another reason why you should consider aerial photography instead of ground-based photography. 

Photos shot by an aerial photographer can definitely be used as a magnet to attract more interest in your properties. If your model homes are surrounded by trees, these photos are certainly useful. You can showcase all the amazing qualities of the areas surrounding your properties.

With one photo, you can show the potential of the property and the model home. With ground photography, you may have to use up to ten pictures just to give an overall summary of your model home. Aerial photography provides your potential buyers with a comprehensible view in one single photo. 

If you want to provide potential buyers with the opportunity to see your model home and everything surrounding it, such as the nearby locations, the roads, and other things, you can achieve this with aerial photography. Grey Street Studios, Inc. can give you professional aerial photography. Contact us today for more information.

Jul 23 2015
Article by: Tampa Architectural Photographer Brian Swartzwelder
Project Location: South Florida

Plain and simple, aerial photographs can make a big impact. When you want to get a better overall picture that can not be achieved from ground level, you should definitely consider getting an aerial view. With our aerial photography, you can get the entire extent of the property and custom home.

You can also use aerial photography to showcase the advantages and benefits of where the property is located, such as showcasing roads, routes, and the entire neighboring areas. Aerial photographs can also make great marketing tools, presentation tools, and legal tools. Overall, these types of photographs are a fantastic way to showcase your custom homes.

You can utilize these photographs in brochures, on your website, in PowerPoint slides, and in email. This unique marketing method can help attract buyers to your properties, and you will also be able to get a good idea of what type of model homes are getting the best response. 

People will remember your homes and what you offer if you utilize aerial photography in the best way to place yourself in a position that is higher than the competition. These photographs can help buyers see a different view than what they are used to seeing. 

Wouldn't you love to showcase your property in a unique way? Are you dreaming of ways to separate yourself from the competition, along with increasing the number of model homes you are selling?  

Photography is a great visual tool to promote your model homes. Contact us today if you are ready to implement new tools into your marketing strategies.

Jul 08 2015
Article by: Tampa Architectural Photographer Brian Swartzwelder

Many people are relying heavily on the internet and technology, probably now more than they ever have. When you have a business or you offer services, it is essential to market that business.

Architectural photographers have studied for countless hours on the art of capturing the perfect lighting. Architectural photography allows for the evolution of different perspectives, and it can be the interior or the exterior.

Regardless of where the photography takes place, you can receive many amazing images when the right techniques are used. When you use architectural photography, the perfect image can be used to showcase your homes so you can attract more potential buyers. 

Interior

When shooting the interior, it can be a bit difficult to gather all the excitement and the innovation in a single photograph. However, a photograph that is high-quality can showcase all the amazing features and developments. These photos can not only be used to attract buyers for your homes, but you may also gain the attention of designers and architects. 

If you have a website for your homes and the construction process, you can use these high-quality images. As mentioned above, people are relying heavily on the internet. So, if you have an online presence, you can increase interest, sales, website traffic, and company awareness. 

For those with artistic skills or an artistic stance, architecture is a method that allows them to express those talents. Photographs take it up a notch, and it allows them to effectively interpret their architecture in a variety of ways. Contact us if you are interested in using creativity and innovation to showcase your business's identity.

Jul 02 2015
Article by: Tampa Architectural Photographer Brian Swartzwelder
Project Location: tampa, florida

Thanks to the rebound in economic conditions, high-end builders are attracting “more affluent buyers.” No doubt, this trend means more competition for that luxury dollar as buyers look for a range of amenities that often include “granite countertops, high ceilings and nailed-down hardwood floors.”

But builders eager to promote their custom-built homes may push back on letting an architectural photographer step in to administer the coup de grace to their package: a gallery for their website or promotional materials.

Instead, they may reach for their iPhone to try to capture the expanse of high ceilings, or the exterior shot at night with the landscape lighting in full glow: best to leave such subtleties to Grey Street Studios, an experienced architectural photography dedicated to helping master builders growth their businesses.

Simply put, a professional photographer understands how to ‘work with’ structures and landscapes much like the contractor who ‘sees’ beyond the blueprints to the finished home.

A critical component of architectural photography is working with scale and symmetry. Ultimately, the ‘lens’ must turn those hard, straight lines of the home’s interior into soft scenes that pull the viewer into the photo with the right balance of light and angles. The results should provide a sense of movement.

And like the master builder, it’s all about understanding the tools of the trade and applying the right technique to deliver the shot: focal lengths, bracketing and exposure lengths, to name just a few of the necessary ‘tools.

Contact us to learn more. Ask for testimonials and, of course, visuals of our work.