Category Archives: Architectural Photography

Frank Lloyd Wright’s Santa Fe ‘Pottery House’

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Tweet Take a look at the photos from the Frank Lloyd Wright property I photographed last week. Last minute / 1 hour shoot. Could have used a couple more hours out there.

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Vallito Peak Ranch

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Abiquiu Vineyard

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SO… When I’m NOT photographing Weddings & Portraits…

Tweet …When I’m not hanging out with brides and grooms, and photographing babies and families, I’m doing architectural photography. I get to see some of the most beautiful homes Santa Fe (and surrounding areas) has to offer. Here is a collection of just a few homes Ive photographed in the past 2 weeks. ALL OF […]

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Las Campanas Golf Property sitting on 5 Acres of Land

Tweet A remarkable home with pretty impressive design and attention to detail. Also view the 360×360 Virtual Tour -  VIRTUAL TOUR LINK

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Ranch Property…

Tweet Just photographed this property this afternoon. It was a very large property. Main House, Guest House, Studio, 4 Car-Garage, Stables, Correls, Storage, Storage, and more Storage! Property Courtesy of: Sabine Andraud Coldwell Banker / Trails West Phone: 505-690-4857 Email: FrenchSabine@msn.com www.RealEstateBySabine.com

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Gardens, More Gardens, & Some Amazing Interior Paintings

Tweet I photographed a home off Yucca today and I have to say that my first impression was a little bit off. From the road, its an older, simple, well-kept home in a  quite neighborhood. Once you walk through the gate on the meticulously laid brick walkway, and towards the entry, all the while being surrounded by […]

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Lush. Peaceful. Luxury.

Tweet The first thing that caught my attention in this property was a water feature / river wrapping around the front courtyard, along the exterior walkway, and ending in the large koi pond. The crisp air takes on the smell of a river flowing through the mountains. It was such a calming experience photographing this […]

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