Industrial photography and video

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I've photographed and videotaped in industrial settings for many years.  And that experience has taught me to come prepared.  150 feet of extension cord.  Check.  Extra lighting.  Check.  Earplugs, work boots, heavy stands, backdrops.  If you might possibly need it, make sure to pack it.  Of course discussions with the client and plant manager are vital to understand the parameters of the job and to know what to expect.

I photographed and videotaped a model automation process for a client for use in a trade show. While just one minute and 12 seconds long, the video required some fancy editing and music timing. And a GoPro camera helped for a close-in view inside the viewing glass. For the stills, complete white seamless backdrops made the final retouching manageable.


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