Tag Archives: Architectural Photography
Posted on 26. Apr, 2012 by Brian.
As a Denver Business Photographer my job is to make people, places and products look the absolute best. From portrait photography to welcome customers on your website and profile business portraits to connect to businesses on LinkedIn. The same applies to any item you sell. From food to motor oil make the image bold, stylish [...]
Interior Photography at CSU | Colorado Architectural Photographers | Ft. Collins Architectural Photography
Posted on 23. Jun, 2011 by Brian.
Students and visitors to the Colorado State University Campus in Ft. Collins will notice the magnificent new Behavioral Sciences Building. I was hired by the architectural millwork firm New World Millworks in Castle Rock, Colorado to photograph their finish work throughout the building. The firm specializes in design and engineering of custom wood surfaces in [...]
Posted on 20. May, 2011 by Brian.
One of the newest hotels to grace the downtown Denver skyline is the Embassy Suites Denver Convention Center. I was hired by the architectural millwork firm New World Millworks in Castle Rock, Colorado to provide architectural photography of their custom woodwork in the hotel. The firm specializes in design and engineering of custom wood surfaces [...]
Posted on 13. Mar, 2011 by Brian.
In the digital photography age photographers have evolved into computer geeks. In the film days there was the image captured with the camera on film and transferred with discipline and creativity in the darkroom. Today, the camera image capture remains mostly the same but the availability of creative image software is mind-boggling. Someday the video [...]
Posted on 11. Dec, 2010 by Brian.
For many professional photographers, wedding photography is not a full-time job. I fall into this category. In addition to filling downtime during the off-peak wedding season, my commercial photography work helps to improve my wedding photography skills. Its a similar experience for photographers switching from wedding photojournalist mode into pursuits covering other subjects. For [...]