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TAG: landscape photography

Hardscape Solutions: Self-improvement

November 22, 2019By
Photo: David Winger

Company: Designs by Sundown Location: Littleton, Colo. The office space at Designs by Sundown — a $25 million landscaping company that ranked at No. 82 on the 2019 LM150 list — is designed to show potential and future clients the type of outdoor rooms and amenities the company is able to design. It’s also functional for employees and provides the... read more

Big Picture: Serene seclusion

November 2, 2018By
Pendennis Mount Residence arched water features (Photo: Michael Prokopchak)

Location: Annapolis, Md. Company: Walnut Hill Landscape Co. The clients asked for a private space that would lend itself well to outdoor entertaining and also feature a dining area, spa, swimming pool, cabana and an outdoor kitchen. They also requested plants that would offer optimal spring and fall interest. The site presented a challenge due to the relatively small space—roughly... read more

Big Picture: Southern Revival

July 18, 2018By
Entryway and fountain (Photo by Dan DeGrush/Lifescape Colorado)

Location: Denver Company: Lifescape Colorado Maintaining the style of this 1920s home and finding materials to blend with its architecture was a must for this project. The client’s wish list included a dining patio with a fireplace and pergola; a full outdoor kitchen; a spa; removing the tree hedge along the back of the property, while still screening the parking area;... read more

Download: Take great landscape lighting photos

January 9, 2015By

Featured is a PDF version of the January 2015 Step by Step on “Taking great landscape lighting photos” for use in company training efforts. Click here to download. read more

Step by Step: Landscape lighting photos

January 9, 2015By

The key to taking effective landscape lighting photos is to start with a good camera, such as a digital single-lens reflex (DSLR) camera. Next, learn how to manually set the aperture, shutter speed, color temperature and ISO. You’ll also need a tripod (ideally with a bubble level); either a time release in the camera or a remote shutter release; and... read more