Medical Architectural Photography - Case Study

Last June I was commissioned by DiGiorgio Associates to photograph the new Shriners Hospital of Children's Imaging Suite.

This room had some very cool architectural additions to distract and entice children. Case in point: the ceiling paw prints.

I was also tasked to capture a technician in action.

I provided both the tech still and in motion.

The later makes the tech more unrecognizable and more generic. As a safety, I also provide an image with no tech.

Here I was tasked to show the floor treatment while keeping the instrument readouts clearly readable but without any key patient information.

Here are a couple other images that were delivered.

Following through with my last blog. Here is the image cropped ready for a possible Facebook Cover Shot.