As an intern with ASK Studio, I recently had the opportunity to observe a photography session in action. Little did I know, architectural photography is an extreme sport of sorts (or perhaps the function of the building demanded extreme measures be taken in order to capture the right shot). Regardless, documentation of the Terry Trueblood Lodge was our undertaking for the day and it. was. great.
Sunburn aside, we were hiking off the trail path, traveling along the edge of the lake, trudging across the peninsula leading furthest into the lake's center, standing on top of trucks, and even contemplating renting a boat in order to nab the perfect shot. Of course, a little bit of a waiting game took place as site maintenance crews were causing an almost "oklahomaesque" dust cloud of sorts around the lodge. However, that waiting time only lent to the even more extreme accounts of the photographer, Prof. Cameron Campbell, and his experience with aerial shoots from planes and helicopters.
[check out scenes from the lodge below]
- jazz enthusiast