This Week In Photos — May 28, 2011

A day late. Sue me. Yesterday was a long day in which a half day shoot stretched to 7 hours! Oops. Time flies when you’re having fun! Those images will no doubt make their way to this blog in due course.

Meantime, this week’s collection comes entirely from just 3 houses! One of them was a really interesting Curtis Burbick remodel (nope: I’d never heard of him, either), one of them just had spectacular light, and one was just pretty.

Happy Memorial Day – and I’ll be revealing some new stuff next week, so stay tuned!

4 responses to “This Week In Photos — May 28, 2011

  1. Charles Mackenzie-Hill

    Scott, Beautiful house and beautifully shot. Out of pure curiosity, I noticed the property doesn’t have curtains. Is this part of the design or something to be added later?

  2. Great inspiration…thanks!

  3. John Becker

    All of these shots are gorgeous, but the ones that really get me are the (more) technically challenging shots that go 3 or 4 layers deep. Great compositions showing off the flow and the features.

  4. Great stuff. It’s hard to critique awesome work but I can’t help but comment on the first shot’s green color cast (likely due to grass illumination outside) and the general slight HDR/Enfuse dinge/greying in some of the other shots. I’m also not sure I’d have pulled the windows back so much in some of the shots where the only thing to see out there is foliage.

    Again, take this with a grain of salt because compared to normal RE shots, these are stellar… I’m just rating on an Architectural Digest level here.

    I love the straight-on shot of the bookcase. It’s bright, has great contrast and is an interesting subject. I also love shots 8 and 10. Great compositions. I might have dropped the TS-E’s front element down a few more mm on 8 though.