We’ve been overwhelmed this summer: this is our first post in over 5 months.
This summer was saturated with standard aerial photography assignments such as construction progress, commercial and residential Real Estate, and forensics…but we did satisfy an unusually high number of low light and special effect assignments. Of course, we are a forensic company and most of our work can’t be shared-at least, with any delicacy-here.
Here are a “Baker’s Dozen” of aerial images representing the Treasure Valley for the summer of 2013.
This type of effect is extremely tedious but effectively separates an image element from a distracting context. You can learn more about the control here.
I would have never expected it, but the above image of downtown Boise at night has become our most replicated image of the past few years. I shoot it each year, and we know that at least 4 other local photographers have shot their version as well. Imitation may or may not be a sincere form of flattery, but it is one of the least welcome in the imaging community.
This image of Boise State’s CoBE was shot at an unusually steep angle for architecture because we were also incorporating the agriculture on the roof, which is a very unusual feature!
We were a ways off shooting with “Big Glass” to avoid interrupting the play in progress…
CEO, Idaho Airships, Inc. Certified Master Aerial Photographer. Adobe Certified Expert: Photoshop, Premiere Pro, Flash, Web Specialist, Video Specialist. Certified Level III Thermographer. Trained LiDAR Operator.
CEO, Idaho Airships. Inc. Certified Master Aerial Photographer. Adobe Certified Expert: Photoshop, Flash Professional, Premiere Pro. Adobe Certified Expert Video Specialist and Web Specialist. Certified Level III Thermographer. Trained LiDAR Operator.