This project, photographed for my client, ATS&R Architects, features fairly conventional photography with less traditional techniques. The project is a community gymnasium in Maple Grove, MN, featuring 6 basketball courts. Since its recent opening, the facility has been busy every day, seven days a week. The first images in this portfolio are more traditional from an architecture standpoint. Devoid of people, photos were taken at slow exposures with a high Depth of Field. Multiple exposures were combined using HDR. Additionally, images were mostly focused stacked (to increase Depth of Field and sharpness) and were created as vertical panoramics to increase the view "beyond the frame." Other images are much less traditional. Mostly shot at higher ISO's and at a much more shallow Depth of Field. Even though these photos are less technically refined, they do a great job communicating how the project is used.