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Photographing Historic Sites - The Murchison Building

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Photographing historic sites is one of our areas of expertise. Here is another historic North Carolina building that we recently had the pleasure of shooting prior to its sale. The Murchison Building, located on Front Street in Wilmington, was completed in 1914 and is on the National Register of Historic Places. It was the tallest building in Wilmington until 2007, when the 12-story PPD... Read More »

Real Estate Marketing: Excellent Photography is Worth Millions!

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Once again, our belief that gorgeous professional photography is essential to good real estate marketing is proven correct! It is always so gratifying to see our work contribute to the sale of a property. Even more so when that property happens to be one of enduring historical and cultural significance. For instance, here is an historic property we photographed that recently sold for $7.8 mn.... Read More »

From Swine Waste to... Energy? Storms Farm Anaerobic Digester

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You know, there's nothing we appreciate more than true innovation- surprising but elegant solutions to problems both old and new, implemented with efficient design by passionate individuals... that is humanity at its finest. Which is why we are so excited and proud of this recent project that we shot for Barnhill Contracting of an ingenious machine they built at Storms Farm in Bladenboro,... Read More »

What can Aerial Photography do for Your Business?

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Are you a business owner? Real estate investor? Then, like others in your industry, you are probably always seeking new and better ways to market your business or properties. Clear Sky Images is founded on the simple but often overlooked fact that incredible photography leads to incredible sales. We know that it takes a lot more than showing up and pressing a button to shoot stunning... Read More »

Dazzling Nature Photography from Sedona AZ

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In 2013, our intrepid chief photographer Brett and his no-less intrepid wife, Shelly, took a trip to Arizona. While there, they did some sightseeing and shot some mind-blowingly beautiful photographs of the Grand Canyon, as well as scenic Sedona. In this post, we'll share some of the images from the Sedona excursion. Thanks to Pink Jeep Tours, and the kind of patience that would make the... Read More »

Searching for Aerial Photos in North Carolina?

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Look Here for Stock Aerial Photos Looking for current aerial photos in North Carolina? We have created a searchable map where you can enter the address you are looking for and see if we have any stock imagery. We know you are working on a project or even searching local areas for activity and development. We have developed the easiest place to search for stock aerials to serve your needs... Read More »

A Tactical Advantage in Commercial Photography

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How many times have you heard someone say that talk is cheap? That statement may be truer now more than ever. After all, you can launch an ad campaign on Facebook, create a stir on Twitter, and pretty much market yourself worldwide without spending a dime. So why does our team at Clear Sky Images still place such a value on talking? Because we know that talking can turn a good shoot into a... Read More »

Skyline Images: The Golden Hour

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Look, up in the sky. It’s a bird. It’s a plane. No, it’s Clear Sky Images! And what inspired our fearless photographer to take to the skies? His mission was clear, to obtain breath-taking images of the Charlotte skyline in beautiful detail. For this photo shoot, Brett was looking for more than altitude and position. He wanted that one time of day when the sun shines on the city like... Read More »

North Carolina Commercial Photographer: A Clear Vision

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Our valiant commercial photographer, Brett, recently spent some time in Uptown Charlotte with a client who knows a thing or two about how a successful project begins with a clear vision. The investment firm Vision Ventures hired Clear Sky Images to photograph its mixed-use development – EpiCentre. The group wanted fresh images for its website and marketing materials. Their goal was to show... Read More »

Elevation in Photography: You Tell Us to Shoot, We Ask How High?

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A lot of times, you may see an absolutely beautiful shot and never even realize some of the complexities behind its capture. Today, let's discuss elevation in photography. Brett used a 30 ft pole cam and shot from a elevated position in order to showcase the exquisite view of the lake hiding just behind the house. Utilizing the exquisite sensor performance of the Nikon D800 coupled with a... Read More »