Roof Lines – Architectural Photography in Red Deer, Alberta (Canada)

historic home, architectural photography, Red Deer, Alberta

Yesterday was a day for shooting roofs. A local roofing and exteriors firm is updating their website and needed images of some of the projects they had completed.

In addition to photographing the buildings, much of the look of the final image comes down to the editing of the images. Things like making sure color is accurate and that contrast is visually pleasing is all part of creating a polished final image.

The image above has also been altered in the sky area in order to take text. The solid color makes it easier to place text in the image that is easy to read. This technique is also popular if a client is wishing to place their company logo on an image, or wishing to blend an image with surrounding packaging, as in food photography.

architectural photography, church, Red Deer, Alberta
Other alterations that occur to create a pleasing image are the blending and darkening of areas of the image in order to highlight the main subject matter, as well as the removal of distracting elements.

The goal is to create the finest image possible for the client whether it is portrait, food, product or architectural photography.

For more information on our photography please visit www.debra-hunter.com .

Photography by Debra Hunter
Portrait and business photography in Red Deer, Alberta and on Pender Island, British Columbia, Canada.

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New Photography Options and Pricing For 2017

2017 has brought about many changes to the services and options we offer for business, portrait, food, product and wedding photography. Our website has just been updated with the new changes, and the details can be found on the Pricing page. we are sure the changes will bring forth a year of creative shooting.

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Hunter Photographics
photography by Debra Hunter
Red Deer, Alberta and Pender Island, British Columbia

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Fall Photography at Mackenzie Trails (Red Deer, Alberta, Canada)

It’s hard not to love fall portraits and photography. Brilliant colors. Cozy clothes. The last chance to capture beautiful scenes and memories before winter arrives.

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Photography by Debra Hunter
Hunter Photographics

Red Deer, Alberta
www.debra-hunter.com

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Fresh Portrait, Freshly Painted Studio

 studio portrait red deer gray_9633 aThe  studio has now been freshly painted in crisp neutral grays. Every so often I like to change the look of the studio, it keeps shooting more interesting and images more modern.

At present I am enjoying shooting a rather stripped down style in the studio. Less focus on props and gimics, and more of a focus on the person being photographed.

I love the classic look with a casual twist. Images that will hold up to the test of time. Presenting the best aspects of studio portraiture, great posing and lighting and a finely finished image.

 

 

Photography by Debra Hunter
Hunter Photographics
studio and location photography
Red Deer, Alberta
www.debra-hunter.com

 

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Studio Portrait in Cool Tones – Studio Photography – Red Deer, Alberta

studio portraitI’ve noticed a trend in some high end magazines where portraits have their tones shifted into cooler, more desaturated tones. It think it takes a certain style of portrait for this to work. This straight forward pose with a simple studio background seemed to be the perfect candidate for that style of coloration. A great style to work with for solo portraits or even head shots for someone in a creative field.

Photography by Debra Hunter
Hunter Photographics
Business, family, head shot and wedding photography
Red Deer, Alberta, Canada

www.thehuntergroup.ca