Every year I donate a photo shoot to the Canadian Home Builders Association, and last year my friend Carolyn bought the shoot at the dinner. She’s a landscaper up in Pemberton, and we photographed this gorgeous house in Pemberton Meadows.
I priced the package to include an interior shoot, which we didn’t do, so after we’d photographed the house, we stopped over at the North Arm Farm and I did a family portrait.
With the shot of the house, as with most houses in Pemberton Meadows, it’s built significantly above the grade because of the risk of flooding. As a result, I used a perspecive control lens to keep the lines straight.
Camera: Nikon D700
Lens: Nikkor PC 28mm f/3.5 (house), Nikon AF-S 70-200mm f/2.8 (portrait)
Lighting: Nikon SB-900, mounted in a small softbox (portrait)