Earlier this week I photographed a lovely home near the top of Moyina Heights in Klamath Falls, Oregon. This is a really nice home with great updates and features. I personally love the brick fireplace in the living room.
This home did not have many difficulties while shooting but did allow me to use a new tool, a platform ladder. The exterior of this home sits above the street.
Normally I photograph a home from street level, unless the home is above the street. In this case I use one of two methods of capturing photos of the home. The first is with my pole cam and the second is on a platform ladder.
A pole cam is actually just what it sounds like. I use a 20-foot pole with an attachment on top to mount my camera and lens. Attached to the camera is a remote operating system (CamRanger). This system allows me to operate the camera remotely without having to raise and lower the pole each time I need to make an adjustment. This is a great system when the slope to the home is greater than 10 feet.
For shorter slopes, the platform ladder is perfect. It allows me to climb up to a stable shelf where I can operate the camera as if I were standing on the ground. This is a perfect solution when the slope up to the home is less than 10 feet.
I am quite pleased to have both systems available for different properties.
If you would like more information on this property contact Tony Nunes at Coldwell Banker Holman Premier Realty at 541-840-0342 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Until next time, stay focused.