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Discussion in 'Landscape Lighting' started by Lite4, Aug 2, 2007.
Ha, that's crazy! Love it. Just needs a BSU Broncos logo in the center.
I do love it.
They are going to feature me in the March addition on the UGA Alumni Magazine. It has been covered by 3 papers in the Atlanta market. I couldn't have asked for better press on the project.
Thank you guys for your comments!
Here is my most recent project that I have had photographed.
Very Custom in town Estate Home that we completed in Atlanta (Brookhaven) almost entirely furnished by Unique Lighting Fixtures and Transformers.
This project was very unique in that we converted a large number of existing Vista early model LED fixtures that were poorly functioning back to halogen by rebuilding the sockets.
About 95% of this project is custom, either by switching sockets, mounting on risers, or custom mounted in beautiful stone work.
It is one of the most dramatic lighting displays in the very high end historic Brookhaven district of Atlanta.
I have 2 more projects that I have scheduled to get shot that I think you guys will really enjoy!
Pretty nice work, Des. Maybe be careful, though, about posting people's addresses like on the mailbox tower.
Thanks Phil. Did not even think about that
Nice project, your photographer needs to adjust the white balance in his photos a bit though. They are a slightly orange, he probably shot well after sunset and had trouble compensating for the high contrast. If they were taken in RAW he could adjust in post with photoshop to adjust the color to a more correct exposure and true look. I love the house, that is an incredible property. Nice job.
Thanks Tim. I've been trying to get my photographer to get the photos to more of a true color over the last couple of shoots. I think she is getting better. Ill post a few more recent shoots as she finishes editing them.
Here's a beautiful project designed by Scott Driscoll in southern NJ. This is one of the first projects to use CAST Lighting's new LED Bullets, LED Min-Wash Lights, and LED Path Lights.
The building is lit by LED Bullets on the low setting and the trees on the high setting. The project will include about 5 LED tree lights when they become available.
Good looking LED's. I usually see striations or beam marks on smooth, white walls from LED's but those look pretty smooth.