Additional HCP Project Support
All landscape architecture project sites change over time – maturing plant life, vehicle and pedestrian wear, erosion and of course, seasonal changes. If your site was built two or more years ago, an assessment can determine whether the location is worth returning to photograph and when.
What season is the best time of year for photography there? It all depends on your project and the purpose for the images when creating your shot list. Some locations may be contemplative or tranquil, others energetic and active. Have you ever considered photographing select projects under freshly fallen snow, or at twilight? My site assessment program can reveal additional opportunities you may not have considered alone.
Clients who hire me for site assessments receive a comprehensive report answering the following:
- What does the site look like today?
- How mature are the plantings? What is the visual status of the plantings?
- What are the unique opportunities at the project location? What are the challenges?
- Should we return to photograph the site later this year, next year, or in several years?
- How should the site be prepared to ensure successful project photography results?
With many firms short on field staff, I can serve as your additional project manager during off-peak schedule (early spring/late fall); gathering valuable on-site data to help you make more informed decisions that support your photography needs and budget planning process. Clients who hire me for site assessments receive a comprehensive report.
If you’re considering projects that you’d like professionally photographed, I’m here to help! My unique approach and site assessment program may be your ideal solution.
Contact me today to discuss how we can best collaborate to get more of the exposure your firm wants for your landscape architecture projects. My clients get booking preference, so be sure to reach out now and secure your booking dates.