A Gubernatorial Visit

Monday, November 27, 2006 Concept/Objective:

Assignment ConstructThe Governor was visiting the client’s offices, and the client wanted us on hand to document his walk-through an briefing about their work-from-home approach for their employees.


: Reviewing the site, there were several areas we were going to be working in, all of which called for wide angle lenses. We worked with the client to determine the best place for the VIP to sit in each location.


As the Governor arrived, we captured handshakes in the lobby, and worked in advance of him as he went to each location. At one of the kiosks, we could see him and the company lead but not the computer they were at, so we repositinted ourselves to get all three.

Once they moved into the conference room, we had chosen the position closest to the end where he, and the speaker, would be included, along with the company name.


We processed the images normally, and delivered a CD under our normal turnaround.

Final Analysis:

Many times, when a client has not had, or had infrequent experiences with high level visitors, and it’s something you do regularily, it’s of value for you to provide some guidance that will make your photos that much better, and you that much more invaluable to the client for future needs.
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Posted by John Harrington on 11/27
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