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AIA Cincinnati CDA
With the AIA Cincinnati CDA https://cincinnatidesignawards.com/ deadline looming it’s not too late to schedule your contest entrees photography session with Studio 66!
We still have the time for you this month to schedule the Building Architecture large or small scale design or Building Interior large or small scale design photography session that will help you win.
We have over 4 years of affiliate membership with the Cincinnati AIA, and we ask you to give us a shot at creating dramatic award winning photography of your design work!
Contact us before August 30 for a special discount: https://www.studio66photography.com/contact/
If it's not about the process then what do we have left?
As architects, designers, manufacturers and photographers, or any other creator, we all have our process of fashioning our product.
Here is a simplified 2 minute story of creating architectural photography of the Clinical Health Sciences and Wellness facility at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio. I used a stripped down version of my traditional equipment I take on location.
Gear used is a Sony A7RmIV camera, Canon 24mm Tilt-shift lens and a Sirui Carbon-fiber Tripod. The strobe is an Elinchrome ONE. For the video portion I filmed myself with a GoPro 7, and a Canon 5dmIV camera. Post-Production photo-finishing was done with Apple computer and software are Capture ONE, iMovie and Photoshop.
I love the process, not the gear, www.studio66photography.com
Capture & Edit through problems
As a professional architectural photographer I'm are obligated to create amazing photos, especially when the odds are stacked against it. Traveling out of state to a project requires a lot of commitment in terms of money and time and a professional will need to bring back results.
When I arrived on assignment to the Mississippi Aquarium recently, I found the product awash in blue light, dark and flat and well, looking pretty uninteresting. The custom-color ceiling was not looking how it should and a long exposure flash, or any of the usual treatments wasn't going to make it better. I had to separate the product from the plenum and make them the works of art they should be! Each ceiling piece had to be uniquely lighted in camera and later put together in PhotoShop, finally adding custom color during computer Photo-Finishing.
"Mark – also wanted to say EXCELLENT work with the custom color matching - they
look virtually the same as our prototypes! I know this must’ve been a task because
of the low lighting in the space. But you did a great job! Much appreciated" ~Ally
Pull the slider down to reveal the photo-finished product. Each photo on our website has been touched with love and finish toned into perfection for viewing.
POST-PRODUCTION and your image
If you have problems with your images such as windows that are overly bright or have a blue cast, yellowish dark interiors we can help you! Experience the difference and personal attention to detail you receive from Studio 66's photo editing by viewing this before and after slider. Quality photo-finishing is very important to the image and your brand. We shoot to deliver a complete file, and we plan for our post-production as we shoot architecture at your office or location.
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As a Cincinnati-based photographer of architecture, we make architectural photographs of many design and build projects, located in major cities of the United States, to help architects and designers win architectural design awards, document project completion and also market your abilities as a professional architect.
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