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Coordinators Club: Architectural Photography

January 18, 2019 @ 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm

Architectural Photography – Tips for Success

Great architectural images are often the most vital element of an AEC firm’s marketing package.

This talk will focus on collaborating with a photographer to document your firm’s projects. We will discuss planning, budgeting, and preparation for the documentation of your project as well as the long-term added benefits of collaboration including marketing, preservation and the economic benefit of effectively planning a photo shoot.

We review the basics of what makes a good photo, legal and contract information, how a marketing professional can hire and how to get the most out of a professional photo shoot for their firm’s portfolio and some tips on getting useable construction photos or photos on a budget from your technical architect and engineering staff. Marketing staff will walk away from this event with the knowledge needed to help make great images for their firm.

Coordinator’s Club Brown Bag Lunch events are to initiate conversations among junior marketing staff and are open to all members of SMPS. These sessions consist of an open discussion on a variety of topics, ranging from awards submissions to proposals to project photography. They are free to attend, we just ask that you bring your own lunch (beverages and sweets will be provided).


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Event Speakers

David La Spina

Director Esto

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Ashok Sinha

Photographer Esto

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January 18, 2019
12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
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LERA Consulting Structural Engineers
40 Wall Street, 23rd Floor
New York, NY, NY 10005 United States
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AIA / CPSM Credits


Domains of Practice

  • Domain 5: Promotional Activity

Who Should Attend

  • Business Developer
  • Marketing Assistant
  • Marketing Coordinator
  • Marketing Specialist
  • Marketing Manager
  • Marketing Consultant
  • Partner/Principal
  • Architects

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