I’m just back from another aerial photo shoot using my drone at a construction site here in the Denver area. Today I spent a little time making visually interesting photographs that I and (hopefully) other photographer / artist folks will enjoy. First, of course, I captured the photographs the client needed, then time to be creative.
A few new fun and visually interesting aerial photographs from a recent drone flight at a construction site in the Denver, Colorado area.
I have been commissioned to fly a few drone sessions at large construction sites here in Colorado recently. My client wanted mostly HD video, but also a few photographs, too. Below are two of the photographs that jumped out at me – what an amazing perspective the drone can offer!
I’m pleased to share this new gallery of construction related photography at my online portfolio: http://www.matthewstaver.com/#/construction/
This is a gallery showcasing some of my recent photography work for construction, developer, hotel and contractor clients. If you are a construction company with projects in Denver, Boulder, Colorado Springs or even into Wyoming, North Dakota or beyond that you wish to document or highlight, take a look. Yep, I own a pair of broken in steel-toe boots, hard hat and other PPE. I understand construction timelines and don’t mind taking off those boots when the project if finished and we head inside to photograph the finished interiors.
This time-lapse video is another portion of my construction shoot up in North Dakota recently. The crews set this 32,000 sq. ft. building in 6.5 days – a stunning process to behold. It is a neat addition to the traditional still photographs I captured during the construction – and this video really shows the process in a visually interesting way especially since the final version of this in full HD.
Witnessing a crew creating a 32,000 sq ft. building in 6.5 days is the epitome of the entrepreneurship, grit and the staggering pace found in the oil boom area in North Dakota. I can’t say that I enjoyed every moment of this project (the average temp. was 22.3 degrees!) but I absolutely enjoy the wild-west feeling and spirit of the Boomtown, and love working and making pictures there.