This number of views is a “rare achievement,” according to GoogleMaps.
David Moore, owner, explains the process of how the photos are viewed: “A business hires me to take photos of their building or facility. Once the photos are delivered to the client, I’ll go to their listing on GoogleMaps and upload photos of their building to their Google Page. That way, they get professional photos on their page, and I (hopefully) get a lot of people looking at my photos.”
“A Google Page listing is free to any business owner,” explains David. “Anyone can post photos on any business’s Google Page. I consider a Google Page to be as valuable as a website, since the Google Page is often the first thing a person sees when they do a search.”
The photos may be of healthcare facilities, schools, retail, government facilities, apartments, residential projects and office parks. The public structures get a lot of views from people searching for the facilities.
“Most of the projects we photograph are for builders, architects, leasing agents and designers. Their clients own the properties, and we make the photos. So, in a way, we enjoy serving two clients and business contacts for each photo session.”
David Moore, owner, has been serving Tampa Bay and the entire Southeast since 1980. David is a graduate of Ringling College of Art and Design in Sarasota.
Architectural photography is the primary interest, with healthcare facilities and public structures being the largest number of projects made. In addition to buildings, projects can include bridges, roadways, rest areas and other infrastructure such as Sunpass Toll Gantries.
For architectural photography, each project may include still photos, drone photos and video, or 360 imaging. “Our goal is to create great photography at a great price,” explains David. “I believe there is a perfect balance between quality and price, and we try our best to give the highest quality available, and also deliver with a price that amazes. One time a client called me a rock star after she saw the photographs of their Orlando properties. That compliment is, of course, a bit overblown, but I do love to take photos and make people happy.”
Corporate Event photography is a secondary specialty, and is often geared toward the building industry. Events include corporate retreats and team building events, company picnics and parties, and social and networking events. Also included in services are photos for private parties and Bar Mitzvahs, because, as David says, “they’re fun!”