Architectural and Construction Photography Services

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"Bill, I appreciate your working with us on producing images of the Juniper Springs Assisted Living facility. The images absolutely work for our needs and it has been a pleasure to work with you!" 

~ Chris Shelton, Marketing Director, BLRB Architects

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Documenting the vision...

If you are like most firms, you are super busy - with photography possibly being the last thing on your mind. However, staying current with professional imagery of your recent and current projects is a crucial element in presenting your firm and enhancing your "curb appeal" and reputation.

One unique approach is investing in construction documentation imagerySuch "case study" imagery is an invaluable tool in communicating key milestones in your build as well your firm's build process and attention to craftsmanship. Such imagery is useful in documenting changing site conditions, adjoining properties and structures, exterior weatherproofing, various Mechanical, Electrical and Plumbing (MEP) components and other design, construction and landscaping elements. Regardless of your firm's footprint, such imagery - whether it's documentation imagery or just images of completed projects - will set you apart. It will also help keep eyes on your website longer and demonstrate the depth and breadth of your firm's portfolio.

While utilizing high technology, Bill Breneman Productions is very "old school", blending handshake-based, relationship-driven customer service, photographic technique and quality workmanship with requisite artistry and creativity. Indeed all aspects of a project - initial client consultation; space styling/staging; lighting; time-of-day considerations and post-production work - are given thoughtful attention with the goal of making structures, spaces (and your firm) look as good as they can be. Whether your firm needs just a handful of images or a whole portfolio, Bill Breneman Productions provides quality imagery solutions, including still and drone imageryvideography and MatterportĀ® 3D Virtual Tours - and is ready to work with you and your team.

Drone Photography

Elevate your imagery with drone photography. Licensed by the FAA and insured, Bill Breneman Productions utilizes drone technology to get elevated still imagery as well as 4K, 60fps video for all phases of builds - from planning and construction to close-out and landscaping. Such imagery can be seamlessly blended into finished slideshows, collages and video presentations and will be certain to enhance your reputation with clients and industry professionals.

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Construction Documentation Photography: A Case Study

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Beginning in May, 2020, this 17-month construction documentation project was done in close collaboration between Bill Breneman Productions and Montgomery Remodeling and Restoration, based in Bend, Oregon. It features a beautiful home as well as a large detached building containing a workshop, garage and living quarters. The build site is located along the picturesque Deschutes River in Sunriver, Oregon.

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Interior Example

As a part of documenting the Sunriver home build, Bill Breneman Productions focused on capturing images of the "great room" and partial kitchen area from approximately the same position. These images were made every few weeks, providing a unique perspective on the evolution of a specific interior space from early stages to completion.

Exterior Example

In addition to capturing imagery of a sample interior space, Bill Breneman Productions also spent time capturing the exterior of the property from approximately the same position. Again, like the interior imagery, these exterior images were produced every few weeks, documenting the evolution of the rear of the property from early stages to completion.


Additional Sample Imagery

This gallery features an eclectic mix of spaces, structures and design elements. Strikingly different from construction documentation imagery, these images focus less on documenting a specific build process and more about artfully presenting structures and spaces in their finished form. 


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