Wednesday, April 08, 2020
Aug 07 2014
Article by: Tampa Architectural Photographer Brian Swartzwelder
Project Location: Tampa, Florida

 

Have you ever gotten up at 5:30 in the morning to see how the light plays off the angles of your model home?  Turn all the lights on in the house and in that blue light just before dawn, a new or model home becomes an inviting sanctuary.  Just like a lighthouse, it signals warmth, shelter, and comfort. 

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The hard glare of a sunny, summer afternoon tells an entirely different story as dark shadows and high contrast accentuate angles and lines, and add dimension to an image.  A house photographed in this light might seem ultra modern, stylish and state-of-the-art.  Photograph the same house just before sunset and the golden glow will make it appear majestic, awash with rich tones that hint at affluence.

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Take the camera inside your newly built or model home and lighting still plays a major role.  Natural and indoor lighting can help showcase built-ins, staircases, or a smooth expanse of seemingly endless wood flooring.  At Grey Street Studios, we emphasize the geometry and patterns in a room to make it seem larger or more inviting.  

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Architectural photography can highlight carvings and brickwork to give the impression of symmetry and shape, or feature curves and spirals that create a sense of beauty and peace.  Whatever the design or style of your new or model home, Grey Street Studios can bring it to light.

Please contact us, Grey Street Studios can help you attract the clientele you want by photographing your new or model home in the best possible light.