Community Event Photography is Extremely Necessary!
As more people move into Edmonton we find community event photography to be extremely necessary to both community developers and potential buyers in the housing market. Edmonton is expanding and there are so many new communities that are available to call home. We ourselves moved into a new community and love it. Yes the travel is a bit longer (especially going into downtown) but the housing options and community green spaces are top notch! Community event photography definitely helped get us an initial peek into where we ideally wanted to call home.
Some Great Community Developers!
For over a handful of years now we have worked with some amazing community developers like Qualico, Brookfield Residential, Walton and MLC. MLC Group has been creating communities in Edmonton, Calgary, Fort Saskatchewan, and Beaumont since 2001 and their attention to coveted green spaces is what makes them a standout! Some of their successful community developments includes Allard in Heritage Valley, Keswick on the River and Desrochers Villages to name just a few!
MLC Throws the Best Community Parties!
MLC also throws the BEST community parties where you can jump into your vehicle and spend the afternoon touring show homes, checking out the entire community, eating awesome food, win swag, and entertain your kids with various kid friendly activities! Below are just a few examples of the events we get to shoot yearly and there are more on the horizon set for early Fall! The community event photography we shot below will give you a good idea of what to expect at a MLC event!
To see or read up more on MLC Communities you can visit them here. You can check specifically check out more on Keswick Landing here, Desrochers Villages here, and West Secord and Secord Heights, respectively, here and here!
And if you are a client looking for photos you can reach out to us, as always, here!
Below are just some of the highlights of each community! We will let the photos guide you along.
Secord Heights and West Secord