by Michael Stewart
Stewart photography has provided architectural photography services since 1991. Michael spent several years before that doing big building photography with with architectural photographers from NY. He assisted several of the best known photographers in major project that was published in numerous magazines, including Architectural Digest. Michael understands the process architects use in competitions ant their needs for architectural photography. Interior and exterior photography of buildings and structures requires technical skill and discipline. Photographers must track weather and sun angles, calculate angles of view, shadows lengths, use high resolution cameras, have sharp lenses and sharp minds.
Michael feels that it’s important understand the story behind the building in order to make make representative photographs. Michael’s curiosity often leads him to research these buildings he photographs extensively, before his architectural photography shoots begin.
About Michael Stewart…
Michael is an experienced architectural photographer working out of Northern Virginia, he also caters to the Washington DC and Southern Maryland areas of the DC Metroplex as well. With over 25 years of experience, Michael knows how to make good architectural images. Michael has photographed buildings around the world and extensively in Northern Virginia . When he isn’t shooting assignments, Michael works as the technical editor of various photography books, such as “Universal Photographic Digital Imaging Guidelines” and “Digital Asset Management”. He also develops new and innovative photography techniques to better further the world’s understanding of the craft. Michael’s industrious nature and pioneering spirit has allowed him to achieve a place at the vanguard of professional photography.
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Stewart Photography covers Baltimore Maryland to Richmond Virginia industrial photography assignments as local business. We have also completed industrial photography assignments in almost every State. Our equipment is packed to travel and we are experienced in getting it through the airport and to your location. “Have camera and lighting, will travel!”
Always an issue, and one that we monitor carefully using the best technology available. We always try to leave flexibility in our travel plans to accommodate weather delays. If your project requires outdoor photography, please hope for good weather but plan for bad. Our weather delay billing policies are very liberal, we need our expenses covered for extra travel days and flight changes, but we are in no way cashing in on misfortune due to bad weather.
Please contact us with as many details as possible about your assignment. We are very competitive with our pricing, and we do not want clients to feel that we are in any way arbitrarily making up prices. A “day rate” simply doesn’t mean anything because some photographs take multiple days to set up and others can be done with the click of the shutter. If you can tell us what product you would like to end up with, we can give you a quote and we will stick to the price unless you change the parameters of the assignment.
Model and Property releases are necessary in some situations where contracted workers are being used in photographs. We recommend having all visibly identifiable workers sign off before their images are used commercially.