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Last week, I got the pleasure of collaborating with the great people of Lacey Construction. It’s nice to do some architecture photos for a change.

I have already worked with them earlier this year, and they asked me to come back for a second shoot. If you don’t know Lacey Construction, you are definitely missing out.

They simply build the most amazing houses and cabins in B.C. If you are thinking of building a house, renovating or just wanna buy a cabin on a lake somewhere in the area, look no further, they will make it happen for you.

And trust me, you won’t regret it. I already told them that they were gonna be the ones building my cabin on a lake, as soon as I find the right spot… (I’m very picky…)

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  05:12 pm, by briceferre 3  |  Comments

A few weeks ago, I was in Deroche, BC and I got hired by the great people of Lacey Developments to shoot some of the houses they built. Here is one of them.

The photos I shot are not on their website yet, but they allowed me to share that sneak peek with you all. Lucky you!!!

If you are living anywhere in British Columbia and are looking to get your dream house built, look no more, because the Lacey team will make it happen for you.

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  03:39 pm, by briceferre 1  |  Comments

What do you do when you’re on a shoot, minding your own business, and a 175 pound dog (which is about my own weight by the way…) starts running your way, barking like there’s no tomorrow and making a fuss like you’re on his turf and it’s not ok…?

Option 1:

Run! Run like the wind. But with your camera, your pelican case and the fact that this dog can probably out run you anytime of day, it might not be the best idea.

Option 2:

Close the pelican case (which I did as a reflex because I hate having drool on my lenses…) and brace yourself for impact.

Option 3:

Keep minding your own business and assume that if you don’t look scared, the dog is probably gonna end up thinking that you’re more badass than him and that he’s gonna eat some pelican case if he gets in your face. And no matter what, don’t stop shooting.

I went for option 3, and it worked quite well, the puppy ended up stopping a few meters away from me and was quite curious about my 14mm lens.

I later learned from the owner of the dog that it could have gone either way, since apparently that thing is sorta crazy and is used to flipping out on you just because it doesn’t like the color of your pants….. (Thank God for my fashion sense!)

Good times…

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08:47 am, by briceferre 8  |  Comments

I spent the last couple of days on location for a client in Deroche, BC. (more about that very soon.)

And yesterday, before heading back to Vancouver I stopped for a few minutes to smell the roses…

Again, it was a nice “I could get used to this…” kind of moment.

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  12:17 pm, by briceferre 5  |  Comments