Client Spotlight: Eclipse Studio
Eclipse Studio knows what it takes to be picture-perfect, and, when it comes to photography, there’s really not much Eclipse can’t do.
A full-service photography studio in Columbus, Eclipse was the first of three photography companies launched by Jeff and Sandy Burt. The Burts now have two additional photography companies under the same roof as Eclipse: Solar Photography and Page One.
Founded in 1994, Eclipse specializes in commercial, advertising and industrial photography. The studio frequently does shoots for Limited Brands, and its impressive client list also includes Port Columbus Airport, Heritage and Bed, Bath & Beyond. Images shot by Eclipse have been featured in advertising featured in publications such as InStyle, Elle and Women’s Wear Daily.
In 2001, Solar was launched to focus on digital imaging, as well as on mounting, laminating and environmental graphics, such as retail advertising imaging and tradeshow signage. Formed in 2007, Page One is the newest addition to the Eclipse family and concentrates on the production business, offering services such as retouching, color management and image design.
All three companies operate out of a dynamic 28,000 square foot facility in Gahanna that, until now, has been one of Columbus’ best-kept secrets. Inside this otherwise ordinary-looking building is 6,500-foot space for shooting and everything from a wet studio to a naturally-lit full kitchen. Advanced digital technologies allow a staff of seasoned photographers to easily shoot both in-studio and on-location.
No need to travel to New York or L.A. anymore—Eclipse has everything for a high-end photo shoot right here in Columbus. But don’t just take our thousand words for it, the photos will speak for themselves. To view portfolios of past work and to learn more about Eclipse, visit www.eclipse-studio.com.
admin • December 27, 2009
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