The AANDS architectural photography agency in Houston is offering its clients a wide range of photo services, including digital photography, film photography and custom portrait.
“We provide photography and photojournalism for a variety of clients, and they include architecture, landscape and urban planning, urban design, advertising and creative agency work,” said Annette Ochoa, director of AANDDs photography division.
The agency has offices in Houston, San Antonio and Dallas.
Ochoas said the agency is expanding its services to other locations in the Houston area.
“With the growing population and demand for our services, we are also looking for new locations,” she said.
O’Connor, the architect, said he’s a big fan of digital photography and says that’s what he’ll continue to do.
“The biggest benefit is that you don’t have to pay for a rental.
If you have an office, you can have one for $25 a month and it is all digital,” he said.
“I’m looking for the most affordable options.”
An example of one of Ochoos work can be seen on the exterior of her office.
The office is adorned with photos of the design of the new apartment.
The photos include a shot of the building from above.
The photo shows the apartment on the west side and the building on the east side.
Ochos office is located at 534 North Main St. OCHOA said the best time to go to an office to photograph is when it’s dark and windy, but she also recommends looking for a quiet, quiet spot to do it.
She said that’s especially true in Houston where there are plenty of trees and buildings nearby.
The best time for a shot is in the early afternoon and late afternoon.
“It can be a little chilly in Houston,” she added.
“Sometimes it can get cold in the morning but it can also get pretty hot and humid in the afternoon and night.”
I love working with Annette, who has a great sense of humor and her clients appreciate her unique style,” said Joe M. Capp, a commercial photographer who has worked at AANDs office since January 2016.
Annette said that the best times to go into an office are at night and in the middle of the day. “
They can really make a big difference on the image,” he added.
Annette said that the best times to go into an office are at night and in the middle of the day.
“If you’re not comfortable in your office, I’d say take a shower or a bath,” she noted.
“When you walk in you’re going to be surprised at what’s going on around you.
If they’re looking at you from above and they’re not paying attention, that can be really scary.”
AANDDS clients include Houston-area residents who want to showcase their architectural work and architecture projects that have a connection to Houston.
AANDd is also offering free photography sessions for architectural photographers to clients who have been hired for projects.
The services include a look at the architectural background of the project, a look around the building and a short tour.
Odonas said it’s also important to have an eye for architectural trends.
“A lot of the time, you’ll find a lot of people are trying to look like the city, but they’re trying to take the architecture a little bit more upscale,” she explained.
ODONAS said that her clients are always impressed by her work.
“People always tell me that they like what they see,” she joked.
“Some of them want to show me their favorite architecture.
I don’t know if that’s the case.
They just want to give me their opinion.”