I couldn't resist getting a shot of the famous Smith house here in Delaware. A single photo doesn't do it justice though, it really goes on and on. It has become a family tradition to visit the house before Santa comes but tonight I made a special trip back to take its picture. In order to get the shot nice and sharp without lens flare and bright spots. I set up a sturdy tripod with a geared head and made multiple exposures, it is a technique I use often as an architectural photographer. If the camera stays absolutely still I can use bits and pieces from different exposures. I can even remove people.
or on occasion add them, by picking all of the best people shots from several exposures I can make sure everyone is in just the right spot, and not blocking anything important. I shot this just for fun which can be a good way to challenge yourself, speaking of fun I recently started a series of weird portraits that I am really excited about. Thanks for checking this out. Please let me know if you have any questions. And as always, if you have a project or business that you need architectural photography for, I would love to hear about it.