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industrial photography Dallas

Industrial Photography

Gearing up for another huge Industrial Photography shoot in the manufacturing sector. It’s great to document “Made In America” themes with local businesses here in the Dallas metroplex.

Dallas Texas based Industrial Photographer, Keith Kapple, Servicing Oil and gas companies, chemical companies, railway companies, shipping industries, the heat & gas industries, construction companies, engineering firms, manufacturing firms, as well as other industry sectors.

dallas photography tours

Dallas and Fort Worth Photography Tours and Photo Guide Services

Dallas and Fort Worth  Photography Tours and Photo Guide Services are set up for photographers traveling to Dallas in need of a tour guide to get them to all the iconic hotspots.

Several Dallas and Fort Worth skyline locations can be traveled to without the worry of their surrounds, getting lost and other concerns a person on vacation may have when traveling to DFW. The Dallas Photography tours are set up in four hour time blocks. Photography guide services are set up the same to tour areas in Fort Worth as well. More time is allocated during the weekends.

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Night Photography Workshops

We had a very cool night shoot photography workshop at RAILFEST, in Rusk, Texas held at the Rusk Depot. If you recently saw some of my train shots, this is where they came from. If you have a camera and any interest in shooting at night, feel free to contact me for your own private photography lessons or night photography worksop. It was definitely be a night to remember and we came away with some great photos of some great trains teaching light painting techniques and night photography.

Over 60 photographers came out to learn how to do night time photography. Some already had a good grasp on what to do. But we were there to help them all.

Texas & Pacific engine 610 is the sole surviving example of Lima super-power steam locomotives. The engine was built in 1927 at Lima, Ohio. And we had our own private one on one time to photograph this steam engine all night long until we were ready to leave.