San Clemente, CA (PRWEB) September 10, 2010
Architectural photographer Chet Frohlich loves helping his clients attain success in their advertising and marketing campaigns. A veteran photographer with over 25 years of experience and a proven track record, his work is crisp and clean.
Perhaps best noted for his highly technical lighting capabilities, Frohlich regularly works with ad agencies, graphic design firms, art directors, and individual companies to provide extraordinary photography for some of America's top builders and architects.
With a degree in photographic communications, Frohlich makes a great creative partner. His understanding of the building industry coupled with his talent for photographing architecture makes him a superb choice for photographing new homes, large multifamily projects, resorts, hotels, and commercial buildings.
With numerous awards for his clients, one of the projects he photographed for HG Fenton Company, Aquatera, was recently named “Rental Community of the Year” in the San Diego Mark of Excellence awards . (You can read more about this at http://chetfrohlich.wordpress.com ). In the 2007 MAME awards his photography appeared in whopping seventeen categories as a semifinalist and three categories as a first place winner. His growing client list includes the likes of Pardee , KTGY, William Lyon, KB Home, Fairfield Properties, the Irvine Company, P11 Creative, and many others.
Chet Frohlich Photography is located in Orange County California and he regularly works throughout Arizona and Nevada. Frohlich likes his business location and feels like being situated right between Los Angeles and San Diego is the perfect place to be.
Samples of his work can be seen on his web site at http://www.cmfphoto.com
Recently Chet Frohlich also started a small stock photography agency called OC Stock Photos. The idea was not to compete with the giants but to be a boutique agency that specializes in stock photography of Orange County. There are lots of local shots of cities like Anaheim, Laguna Beach, and everything that represents The OC. The site is up and starting to sell great local images that reflect the lifestyle and feel of Orange County. Right now about a dozen photographers are contributing to the site but Frohlich expects to double that by the end of the year. “All and all it’s a neat concept delivered by great photographers who take pride in their work,” says Frohlich. “We hope to continue on a steady path of growth and improvement for sometime to come.” The staff is friendly and helpful leaning towards an old fashioned way of doing business. You can visit them on http://www.ocstockphotos.com