Freelance Photography and Videography

Over the years Maine Imaging has participated in several advertising projects, working with both stills and video, depending on the project.  Most recently,  we have worked with Amtrak (NNEPRA) on several shoots, including everything from the interior of moving trains, to the streets of Boston, to a helicopter following the Downeaster train on it's daily runs.  We also worked on a couple of stories for Downeast Magazine, one documenting the annual "Moose count" in Northern Maine, and the second, telling the story of a Maine couple who lost everything in a fire and rebuilt their home with help from their neighbors and reclaimed wood from the Schooners that used to adorn the Wiscasset, Maine waterfront.  We also photographed a historic Inn on Martha's Vineyard for one of our clients.  Interiors, exteriors, daytime, nighttime, and even from the air.

Contact us with the details of the project you'd like help with so that we can discuss it with you.

 

A Moose, photographed from a helicopter during the annual "Moose count" for the state of Maine.

The Thayers in their new kitchen, milled from reclaimed wood from the "Hesper" and the "Luther Little".

 "Fans" wait for Boston's "Green Line" to take them to North Station to meet the Downeaster.

The very dark bar at the Kelley House, Edgartown, Martha's Vineyard.  Lit with three flashes.