Tag Archives: Photography

Stop, Don't Post that Photo: Understanding Copyrights & Usage

By Scott D. Butcher, FSMPS, CPSM Wouldn’t it be great if you needed a photograph for your website, blog, social media post, proposal, or presentation, and you could just hop online and find the exact image you wanted? Perhaps you could go to Google Images and do a quick search for the type of photograph […]

Improving Your Project & Architectural Photography

by Scott D. Butcher, FSMPS, CPSM With the proliferation of smartphones featuring quality cameras, affordable DSLR cameras, and even point-and-shoot and prosumer cameras that do most of the thinking for you, everyone is becoming an architectural photographer these days! And yet few architecture, engineering, and construction professionals have learned how to take effective architectural photographs. […]

A/E/C Project Photography Survey

by Scott D. Butcher, FSMPS, CPSM After my last post, Spring is for Photography, I decided to conduct research into how architectural, engineering, and construction firms obtain and use project photography.  A survey was created on SurveyGizmo [it is still open, please take it here if you haven’t yet: https://bit.ly/eGtZMl].  Once the survey was posted, […]

Spring is for Photography

By Scott D. Butcher, FSMPS, CPSM As the short, cold days give way to longer, milder days, it’s time to evaluate your photography needs. For many of us, the Great Recession – which continues in the design and construction industry – has led to a reduction or total elimination of photography budgets as we all […]