Industrial commercial photography in Philadelphia PA can be defined as photo practice that happens within and/or at the behest of an industrial company, to document production procedures, products, work organization, employees, or the layout, equipment, or society of a business. The pictures could serve either internal or external (e.g. marketing or public relations) functions. The borderline in between documentary pictures and journalistic, marketing, and public relations ones is fluid, depending on context and usage in specific cases.

Industrial Commercial Photography in Philadelphia PA

I lately had the advantage of photographing for Johnson Controls Inc. escape in East Texas at a natural gas plant outside of Fort Stockton Texas. Johnson Controls makes these commercial, industrial grade refrigeration devices that are responsible for cooling the natural gas plant.

Johnson Controls is a global diversified modern technology and industrial leader serving clients in more than 150 nations. Their 154,000 workers create quality items, services and options to optimize energy and functional efficiencies of structures; lead-acid automobile batteries and advanced batteries for hybrid and electric vehicles; and interior systems for cars.

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