Our hearts go out to everyone affected by the recent tornado!
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The last e-mail that I sent out about the leaves being see through was intended to showcase that certain properties can gain visibility in the winter if they're normally canopied by the trees. I completely went overboard there stating that ALL visibility is better in the winter and that this is the best time to get aerials.
Brett was like... Um... nobody wants to get photos when the trees are bare and everything's dead. Plus visibility in winter aaain't that great, m'dear.
Surprisingly, given those facts, we've been extraordinarily busy! It appears that rain or shine, greenery or twigs, when properties are moving pictures just have to be shot. So hopefully, I made those poor souls that can't wait until spring feel a little better about their aerials!
But, yes... I'll take it down a notch.
In the mailbag this week...
We got the nicest comment from Blair with JE Dunn today after sending off her photos of the shoot we did at the Henderson County Sheriff Department.
"These look great, hard to pick 5. Tell the team to quit doing such a good job, I'm going to be broke."
It's nice to know that we can work with someone for so long and still impress them!
If you need breathtaking commercial photography that puts you in the position of having to make this kind of "tough decision", contact us today for a customized estimate!
Saw this in the Charlotte Business Journal a little while ago:
This is Sophia with Clear Sky Images. This is our first post. I can't promise anything here other than a candid, inside look at the back end of our business. That means you may get a few laughs, a few light bulbs, and even a few tips on how to be a better photographer yourself.
***Because we're the best.***