Affinity at Covington is a new kind of 55+ lifestyle community for people who are ambitious about the years ahead and aren’t willing to compromise their freedom. The facility is located in the desirable Covington, Washington which is near Seattle, but far enough away to avoid the heavy traffic downtown. RL Miller Photography provided interior/exterior architectural photos, aerial drone images, a 360 Google tour of the interior, as well as photos of the nearby Polaris at Covington apartment facility. Learn more about the builder here.
In addition to still photos, a Google Street view Business tour was also produced:
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Polaris is a modern apartment community located in desirable Covington, Washington. RL Miller Photography took the Architectural Images and Spokane Drone Photography performed the Aerial Photography. Featuring upscale 1, 2, and 3 bedroom apartment homes with resort style amenities. At Polaris you’ll find places to relax, entertain, and energize. With countless amenities including a state of the art cardio and fitness center, entertainer’s clubhouse, and theater room, Polaris at Covington offers luxury like nowhere else. Living at Polaris at Covington you’ll find yourself just minutes from premier shopping, dining, prestigious schools, and transit. RL Miller Photography and Spokane Drone Photography provided the images of this property as well as the nearby Affinity at Covington
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This stunning mansion in Hamilton Montana was photographed summer 2016 for the Prime Lifestyle Magazine Fall issue. It includes amenities on 4 levels with an elevator to provide access to each floor if you don’t want to take the stairs. When you walk through the front door, the open concept living room features solid log timbers and beautiful hardwood floors. In the entryway, you find a hand-made stained glass depiction of a Grizzly Bear fishing in a stream and Bison nearby in the rolling fields. It has a custom kitchen with stainless steel commercial appliances, solid wood cutting board counter tops on dual islands designed to accommodate kosher cooking methods. The library and master bedroom have open gabled ceilings with exposed beams and both rooms feature their own floor to ceiling stone fireplace. The top floor has two separate guest quarters each with their own kitchens, bathrooms, and bedrooms. The residence has 10 bedrooms and 19 bathrooms in all, and the attached 10-car garage has heated concrete floors. There is a separate barn/shop which gives grounds staff plenty of room to store tools and equipment. All of the woodwork inside the home is solid wood and was designed entirely by the owner. The basement level features a movie theater, wine cellar, game room, indoor swimming pool, custom bar, and a full length underground shooting range! The wine cellar was designed to resemble the inside of an oak barrel and has space for hundreds of bottles of wine. This house is a classic!
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I had the privilege of talking with Andrew Buchanan of the American Photographic Artists (APA) group to discuss the usage of Drones for commercial photography. Based in Seattle WA, Andrew is a 20 year architectural and interior photography professional and drone skeptic, but wanted to show differing points of view for the article. Also included in the conversation is Cameron Davidson, a corporate, editorial, and advertising photographer based in Alexandria, VA who now offers drone services. All three of us still shoot aerial photographs from a helicopter, but you can hear each of our stories on how drones have affected our respective businesses by reading the full APA article here:
“American Photographic Artists (APA) exists to provide business tools that help photographic artists of all levels run a smarter, more creative, and profitable business. Established in 1981, APA has a strong heritage of providing benefits, which help our members achieve creative and financial success.”
Images contributed to the article are below:
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