Mike Butler – Architectural Photographer

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Category: Drone Photography

Sojourn of Words

The Meditative Journey of Photographing Rainbow Falls This night shot of Rainbow Falls in Gorges State Park NC was the capstone of what became an unexpected meditative journey through the transition of day to night.  A shoot that became no less than a full-on meditative prayer to the universe. The

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In the minds of many, Hurricane Ian has come and gone, the world has moved on. Even as I sit here in my studio in Miami, only a 2-hour drive away from where Ian came ashore, life is, and has been much the same. Yet for the folks on Matlacha

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How To Use Drone Videography To Promote Your Business

Drones are becoming more and more popular with businesses for a variety of reasons. They can be used for videography, photography, and even deliveries. And while there are some concerns about privacy and safety, the benefits of drone technology far outweigh the risks. Drone videography is a great way to

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Drone Videography of Storm Damage

How Drone Videography Helps Document Hurricane and Storm Damage

With hurricane Ian bearing down on us here in Florida, I thought it might be worth talking about how drone videography and photography can help in the aftermath of a hurricane or tropical storm. One such purpose is documenting hurricane and storm damage. By using drone videography, officials can get

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Colombia Drone Photography

How Drones are changing Construction Photography

In recent years, drones have become increasingly popular in the photography world. Professional photographers and videographers use them to capture aerial shots that would otherwise be impossible to get without a helicopter and a bit of bravery! Now, construction companies are also starting to use drones to take pictures and

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To Nicaragua And Back – An Architectural Adventure! 

We had landed 6 hours ago at the Augusto Cesar Sandino International Airport in Managua Nicaragua still sitting in a customs detainment room somewhere deep within the airport.  My architectural photography equipment was sitting only feet away, seized and locked, our presence there in this central American country viewed with

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