Terry Clark Photography

Are you looking for a photographer that can bring a fresh and creative eye to your next project or portrait?

Then look no further. Terry Clark Photography is one of the most sought after photographers in the country. Having photographed three Presidents of the United States, kings, titans of industry, and business of all size and description, there is no assignment too small or too large.

Having traveled far and wide to create storytelling pictures for his clients, Terry Clark Photography has the experience and knowledge to pull together any project, domestic or International. If compelling images are most important to you and your client, working with our team will ensure the success of your project.

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Pittsburgh construction photography

Sometimes the best thing you can do is wait. You find an angle that works, choose a lens to compress the scene, but you need more, you need a point of focus, a human element, a center of interest to bring it all home. You wait for the picture to build, for that singular moment when all the parts come together in a crescendo, and you squeeze the shutter. Foreground, middle ground and background all working together to tell the story. You've done your job. 

Dissecting this photograph, I was assigned to document a major road construction project for an engineering company. They wanted more than just progress photos. The images would be for internal and external communications. 

The first thing on the shot list was a dramatic overall showing the scope of the project. While I often receive a list of the pictures the client wants, rarely am I given specific instructions. Most clients trust my eye. They know my dedication to the project I'm assigned. More than once art directors have given me instructions as simple as "go make nice pictures." 

Wandering the site, I found an elevated point that showed everything I needed, heavy equipment, graded road, concrete forms, and rebar. The only thing missing was a person. So I waited. I knew they would be bringing in steel beams for the overpass and I hoped a person would appear. 

Luck favors the prepared. It wasn't long before a worker, who just happened to wear a USA t-shirt that day, appeared at the exact spot I needed him to be. My first picture checked off the list.