Just recently Mountain Living Magazine came out with an article about the newly renovated Rainbow Lodge at Yellowstone Club - see article here. Rainbow Lodge is a beautiful, log lodge sitting halfway up Pioneer Mountain offering delicious food, a workout facility and pool, and a recreation area.
When I tell people that I photograph architecture for a living I usually get a confused look or a question as to what exactly architecture photography is. "You just go into a house and shoot a bunch of photos, right?" Though that is a way to document a structure, architecture photography for commercial purposes is a bit more complex than that and is an art form in itself.
The groundbreaking for the new YMCA located on Baxter and Love Lane took place yesterday. I was fortunate enough to document this momentous event. The new building, due to be complete next summer, will host youth programs, a teen room, locker rooms, a fitness studio, field space, and administrative offices.
Why should you hire a professional architecture photographer? This is a very good question! The first question you need to ask yourself is why are you photographing your architecture/interior design project or home. If you are planning to use the photos for advertising or real estate I would highly recommend looking at a professional for these purposes. And here is why...
The great room - this is the room made for welcoming & entertaining guests, for relaxing, or simple, easy family time. As an architectural photographer in southwest Montana, I have had the privilege to photograph some amazing homes and with amazing homes come amazing great rooms.
Recently Business Insider put out the article - 18 Mountains that Celebrities and Business Moguls Love to Ski. I noticed one of my photos was featured for Yellowstone Club. Reid Smith Architects did an amazing job with this home - the huge windows and the walk out living space really add to this modern mountain retreat.
A few weeks back I shot an amazing home up at the Yellowstone Club in Big Sky, Montana. Recently, the LA Times has featured the home in their Real Estate section - see article here. This mountain-top home is amazing in so many different ways - the contemporary feel, the gorgeous views, the open floor plan. It has made it to the top of my list of favorite homes I have photographed.