As one of the professional CT Photographers who specialize in industrial photography, I fully understand the challenges my clients face in terms of reaping all the benefits of professional photography. One the one hand, they know that images are the best way to get information out about their products and processes. That’s because most people are visual learners and are more willing (and able) to glean information from an image than from a body of text. Thus, top-quality images are the perfect way for industrial photography clients to show customers and affiliates just what transpires in their factories or out on-site where they work. On the other hand, clients who are considering the use of industrial photography, worry about the possibility of downtime during a photoshoot, loss of productivity hours and, by extension, loss of revenue. There is also the issue that some potentially dangerous processes cannot be halted for a photoshoot or that they might actually be the subject of shoot. At that time safety becomes a big and perhaps daunting issue. The best CT Photographers, however, are well aware that, in most instances, the best way to show what your company is all about is to show do so with dynamic images. Images of machinery in motion and employees at work, whether in the facility or (as in the above photo) out on location setting up and maintaining equipment. What expert photographers, like myself, offer are years of experience working in an industrial setting, plus the use of professional camera and lighting equipment to ensure the very best shots are taken in the most unobtrusive way possible. I also show the utmost respect for and adherence to required safety measures. Working quickly, safely and at all times professionally, ensures that my clients are as completely satisfied with the progress of the shoot as they are with the images I deliver to them.