Every now and then I get some really cool assignments!
Earlier this week I got to photograph the Brighton Park Emergency Center in Summerville for Trident Construction. It’s pretty neat walking around a major medical facility like that while it’s brand new, and not even open yet! All the X-Ray and CAT Scan machines still had that “new car” smell. I guess for a million-dollar machine, they better smell nice! 🙂
I used a combination of tools to capture the scope of the project. From drone shots with the DJI Mavic Pro to detail shots with the Nikkor 70-200 f2.8 mounted on a D850, from natural-light interiors with the Nikkor 14-24 f2.8 to more creative lighting with a few SB-5000 Speedlights, I was able to deliver a wide variety of images to my client.
Many thanks to Elizabeth at Trident for coordinating everything, and to the on-site supervisor, Carl, for giving me access.
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