No-touch Photography Service –
Our new, no-contact “curbside service” allows us to follow social distancing recommendations and remain safe. We’ll even communicate about your project and scheduling via email or phone – so really – no touching!
Bringing objects to the studio to be photographed will operate much like restaurant take-out – except it won’t satisfy your hunger 😉
At your scheduled time, simply drive up to the studio door and I’ll remove the objects from your car. As in the past, I always wear gloves, a smock and mask when handling art and historic objects.
After you drive away, I’ll photograph the objects in the studio where it’s only been my healthy self. At a prearranged time, you’ll return to pick up the objects with the same no-touch curbside service.
The image files are delivered via online transfer and you can pay online too!
I have photographed projects ranging from 1 piece to over 500 pieces in the studio. I also photograph exhibitions and will photograph collections in a private residence or institution.
As I resume my services, I can ensure safe and responsible interactions and deliver your project with the same convenience and high standards you’ve come to expect.
For more information, check the Photography Services page.
Services include high-resolution photography of
Flat art objects
- wall hanging media
- works on paper
Dimensional art objects
- antique objects
- wood carvings
Projects involving 20 objects or more are eligible for additional discounts – ask for a custom quote
Yes, you may combine your work with someone else’s collection in order to qualify for discounts
For more details and pricing, check the Photography Services page.
I would be happy to discuss your needs with you and provide a written quote for any project. Please give me a call at 805-689-8748 – I am always happy to chat about your imaging needs.
Studio Location & Directions
1996 Eastman Ave, Studio 111
Ventura, CA 93003
Northeast corner of Eastman Ave and Market Street. We are in the Livingston Memorial building, about 2/3 of the way along the building away from Eastman Ave., facing Market St. Always call to set up a visit to the studio so that we can be there to welcome you.