Drone photography enables a third dimension to architectural photography beyond the standard interior and exterior components. Getting just 20 feet up can show a structure in a new light, while the view from hundreds of feet up can show context, proximity within a neighborhood, and even the local topography.
These images were captured using a drone with the photographer controlling both the flight path and the camera. With sufficient daylight the images are very usable for display on the web but fall short of images shot using a DSLR camera on a tripod. However the ability to show a project from just off the ground to an elevation of nearly 400 feet vastly expands the potential to show context and scale.