Some Photos - Recent Lighting Job

Discussion in 'Landscape Lighting' started by JimLewis, Mar 5, 2011.

  1. JimLewis

    JimLewis LawnSite Fanatic
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    Well, these photos were taken by a very amateur photographer (me) with a fairly cheap camera. No tripod. No settings. I really don't know much about taking outdoor lighting photos the right way. But a few of them turned out okay. So I thought I'd share them with you anyway.

    Derhalli Lighting H.jpg

    Derhalli Lighting C.jpg

    Derhalli Lighting I.jpg

    Derhalli Lighting K.jpg

    Derhalli Lighting L.jpg
     
    Last edited: Mar 5, 2011
  2. JimLewis

    JimLewis LawnSite Fanatic
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    A few more photos...... These were all Kichler LED, by the way.


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    Derhalli Lighting J.jpg

    Derhalli Lighting G.jpg

    Derhalli Lighting Q.jpg

    Derhalli Lighting M.jpg
     
  3. bcg

    bcg LawnSite Bronze Member
    from Tx
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    Nice work, Jim.
     
  4. RLI Electric

    RLI Electric LawnSite Senior Member
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    What is that red tree? I saw one at a Garden show I did but could never find the name out. They are really cool.
     
  5. BrandonV

    BrandonV LawnSite Platinum Member
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    coral bark japanese maple
     
  6. Landrus2

    Landrus2 LawnSite Platinum Member
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    Looks fine to me. do you guys also do solar lighting
     
  7. RLI Electric

    RLI Electric LawnSite Senior Member
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    Thanks Brandon.
     
  8. JimLewis

    JimLewis LawnSite Fanatic
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    Brandon is right. Botanical name is Acer Palmatum 'Sangu Kaku' or sometimes they say it, 'Sango Kaku'. Awesome color in winter. They look great lit up.
     
  9. AOLP

    AOLP Inactive
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    Jim, is there a reason for placing the path lights right next to the sidewalk?
     
  10. RLI Electric

    RLI Electric LawnSite Senior Member
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    Just realized there is a 6" recess light over the front door. Change the trim to a trim that allows a bevel and dim the fixture. Brings it in line with the landscape lighting and you can highlight the front door.
     

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