Shooting the exterior of commercial buildings may involve a wide variety of challenges. In many cases I try to do these jobs on the weekend so that parked cars are not as much of a distraction as they would be during the week. Weather conditions, time of day, and the time of year can all play a large role in how and when to shoot a particular building.
Finding the best vantage points to shoot from are a major consideration when shooting a commercial building. Shooting from the roof of my van, the top of a ladder, or using my “Elevated Image Mast” are all normal procedure for commercial exteriors.
In almost every case post production computer editing is needed to complete commercial exterior projects. The computer is an integral part of every project for things as simple as minor perspective corrections to more major finishing touches such as landscaping enhancements or replacing a cloudy sky.