new construction

Real estate photography can be a challenging art.  Bedrooms are not typically very photogenic.  Bathrooms are awkward to capture.  But at the same time, that challenge is what makes it fun and exciting.

Getting a good shot sometimes requires some flexibility on my part.  I may be standing on tip toes with arms raised overhead to get a large room shot.  I may be kneeling low and arched just so.  As is the case with bathrooms, I’m trying it all.

I recently had the opportunity to photograph a new construction home.  It is so fun to imagine how someone will live in a home and with a new construction that imagination really works from a clean slate.

The front of the house…

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A nice open kitchen with plenty of light and a large island…

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The wall of windows at the back of the house really lets in the afternoon light…

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Standing at the kitchen sink spying birds in the wooded lot next door…

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The master bath gets a lot of natural light from that window…

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The main bathroom…

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One of two bedrooms in the front side of the house…

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The backyard has so much potential.  This large deck is a great starting point.  There will be many colorful Whidbey Island sunsets here.

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