When people ask me, “Heather, how much can an architectural photographer shoot in an eight-hour day?” what they’re really asking is “Eight hours is plenty of time for me to get my money’s worth, right?” Well, not always. Here’s why. The “8-Hour” Day Fallacy For most people, an eight-hour workday is more than enough time to get lots […]
Ninety days — or three months — is a new project milestone in the AEC photography world. It’s when you should reach out to your AEC photographer and begin planning for a shoot. I advocate for firms to put the three-to-four-month mark in their Gantt chart as part of their project process.
Architectural photographers map out their plan to get to higher ground, and this elevation – though subtle – is an investment with amazing returns.
Shot lists are a visual representation of not only what an architectural firm is capable of doing in terms of value for its clients, but also a chance to target new, future clients. There are smart ways to make your shot list as comprehensive and cost-effective as it can be.
This month I attended a monthly event in downtown Manchester, CT that everyone of any age can enjoy. First Thursday: Imagine Main Street, hosted by MCC on Main that brought together an evening market, local business storefronts & restaurants, live music, performance artists and more.