interiors & exteriors and resort photography Jul 2010Featuring creative talent and services from the most interesting industry sectors
Necati Ufuk Baskir
Adsy Bernart specialises in versatility. He is a multi-talented photographer with international experience and skills across a range of photographic genres, including architecture, panoramic, HDRi, interior and exterior, portraiture, food and drink, still life, compositing and post production.
His unique vision is in high demand amongst clients who give him plenty of scope for creativity when it comes to visualising their ideas and illustrating even the most abstract themes.
His clients include advertising agencies and international newspapers and magazines. Adsy publishes in many European countries and in the US, Japan and Australia. He also teaches photography at the Federal Graphic Institution of Higher Learning, Vienna.
Based in Toronto, Andrew Ptak works primarily in the Caribbean and Mexico where he shoots hotels and resort photography.
Adept at location productions involving complex logistics, he is equally at home on budget shoots. Both are accomplished with organisation, flexibility and good humour and he is renowned for getting the job done on time and on budget.
Andrew recently featured in Bloomberg Business Week for his hotel and resort photography and post production expertise.
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Brad Feinknopf has spent the last 20+ years producing exceptional architectural photography. Understanding architecture comes naturally to Brad, as both his father and grandfather were successful architects.
To best judge a photographer’s proficiency is to hear it from their clients’ mouthes.
“Brad Feinknopf and his team have earned my highest recommendation as one of the country's premier photographers of architecture and large infrastructure projects. His work is creative and impactful, and I've featured his images in my publications many times, including several cover shots over the past five years. He is honest, easy to work with and delivers a quality product every time.”
“Brad is an excellent architectural photographer and a wonderful person to work and collaborate. He listens to what I need and works hard to understand our design. Then he works hard to capture that image in the most creative and favourable light. I highly recommend Brad.”
“Brad has an uncanny ability for capturing the conceptual essence of the buildings he photographs. A great architectural photographer with considerable skills, talent and experience - he shot many of our projects in the last several years.”
Widely published in a range of both domestic and international design journals, Brad is highly sought after by corporate and advertising clients alike.
German-born photographer Frank Herfort has been based in Moscow for four years. He shoots interiors, architecture and people for Russian and global clients from the advertising, editorial and construction industries. His high-quality technique makes him one of the Russian market's outstanding photographers, and he is passionate about shooting original, authentic and surreal images from the fascinating worlds of Russia's super rich and super poor.
He recently worked on a skyscraper project that will be published as a book at the end of the year. He also shot city guidebooks for St. Petersburg and Moscow for Phaidon/Wallpaper, and completed projects for Russian Standart Vodka, Russian Standart Bank, Savant/Aecom, Ritz Carlton, Kaspersky Lab and Deutsche Werkstaetten Hellerau.
His editorial work has featured in Wallpaper UK, Interior + Design Russia, Architectural Digest Russia, Stern, Spiegel, monocle, Zeit, Burda Yukom and Jalouse. Advertising clients include Siemens, Bosch, Adidas, Audi, Aeroflot, Alfa Bank, Soglasie Insurance and Berliner Morgenpost.
Frank also maintains an office in Berlin and loves to travel throughout the world creating images for his clients. Visit his website or contact his agent for more information.
London based photographer Graham Atkins-Hughes produces rich evocative images which instantly engage the viewer; there is an easy and relaxing feel to the pictures which are bursting with colour. Graham's photography is regularly featured around the world in top interiors & lifestyle magazine titles and advertising campaigns.
Check out the website for more new images, which is kept up to date with all of Graham's new work.
Past clients include: Bosch, Virgin, Bang & Olufsen, Heals, Channel 4, Marriott International, Harrods, De Beers, Vogue, Elle and Elle Decoration, Habitat, Wallpaper, Dulux, Selfridges, Esprit, Margaret Howell, Pomegreat, Hitachi.
Konstantin Graf Eulenburg is a people and locations photographer. Born in Hamburg in 1965, he completed his photography apprenticeship in Bremen before becoming permanent assistant to Rudolf Schmutz.
As a freelance artist and photographer, he opened his first studio in 1995 with Rudolf Heidicker and Vijan Grasshof. In 2002, he co-founded H2E Studios (Heidicker, Holtmann, Eulenburg), made up of five separate studios measuring a total of 1200 m². Highlights include a daylight studio and a dedicated props and scenery workshop. The studios handle large-scale productions with clients appreciating the high degree of flexibility and cost efficient production capabilities.
Since 2002, the focus has been on advertising photography. In 2004, H2E expanded into rental equipment and a year later Konstantin, together with partner Jacob Alberts, founded Eulenburg & Alberts Fototeam GmbH, a production company for advertising and catalogues that engages large volume productions. The company produces on behalf of Konstantin and other photographers, acting as a central point of contact for all commercial and technical aspects. It also serves as an agency and offers its own post production services.
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London-based interiors and architectural photographer Liz Artindale shoots digital, large format film and HD movies in the UK and abroad. She has recently completed more photography for this year's annual review for the London Transport Museum, photographed Claridges Hotel and Galvin La Chapelle restaurant for Intelligent Life magazine, and concessions in Harvey Nichols and Selfridges for Marc Jacobs, Balenciaga and Gucci Sport.
Liz has also photographed in and around Notting Hill for a developer, as well as a private residential renovation in Islington and office interiors for Artemis.
Her planned trip to Japan later this year to shoot interiors for a personal project has been put on hold until next spring.
Necati Ufuk Baskir graduated in Photography from the fine arts faculty at Mimar Sinan University, where he majored in Studio and Architectural (interior and exterior) Photography.
Crucially aware that high visual quality is necessary for professional advertising and promotion, Necati uses large 8"x10" and 4"x5" film formats to meet clients' requirements and create superior images. In 1996, he became a member of the Association of Advertising Photographers.
Believing that every single shot is also a tool for professional and personal development, Necati uses traditional shooting practices and finalises his work by analogue methods. He works to the principle that there should be minimal interference with the film after shooting, thus removing the need to retouch or alter the original photograph.
Ric Stovall is a professional freelance photographer specialising in interior and architectural design photography. He combines an education in fine art with years of nomadic wandering in the name of photography. Through his travels and years behind the lens, Ric has created a style that is unique and consistent.
Mixing an easygoing personality with an insatiable appetite for knowledge and a visual perspective on the world that is all his own, he has been able to carve out his own place in an ever-growing industry. Ric has gained respect from his clients for having versatile abilities in all facets of lighting and photography. His love for great design, as well as his respect for light, is reflected in the images he produces.
Ric is represented by 212 Artists Representatives.