I shot a series of 26 panoramic images of a house for a client earlier in 2006. The house was massive and was selling for almost $2,000,000.
This was one of the most challenging images from the set. The home features several patios and outdoor landings. This particular patio featured patio bricks. To remove the tripod convincingly I had to recreate the missing bricks and add the small green plants growing in the gaps.
All the land you see past the patio is part of the estate.
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