Although I adjust my schedule according to weather and time-of-day as best I can, on-site conditions are often less than ideal. When I am on assignment, I seldom have the luxury of waiting around for perfect light and weather conditions, as I do in making my "natural landscape" images. Also, I often edit images to eliminate distracting elements, such as power lines and bare spots in lawns, which have nothing to do with the architect's capabilities. And finally, even the best cameras have limited ability to capture the full range of brightness present in many situations, especially interiors; to control that, and replicate what the eye actually perceives as accurately as possible, I frequently use special high-dynamic-range (HDR) photo-processing techniques. The examples below illustrate some of the techniques I have developed for perfecting my images and showcasing my clients' capabilities to best advantage.

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