Jack Ramsdale Photography

915 Spring Garden St., Studio 295, Philadelphia, PA

About Jack Ramsdale Photography

The studio is in the Spring Garden area of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania located in the tri state area of Pennsylvania, Delaware and New Jersey and easily travels to sites on the East coast. Jack has worked in Philadelphia PA as a commercial photographer providing high quality and innovative work for his clients. He works conscientiously to bringing each image to a level that meets and exceeds expectations. His clear vision and clean approach to photography is one that will attain lasting quality for decades to come. When working with clients such as Architectural Record, The New York Times, or The Philadelphia Museum of Art, Jack approaches each assignment individually. His photographs of the Eastern State Penitentiary, which were selected by Architectural Record for the cover of their January 1993 issue, are a strong example of his ability to refine a composition that emanates the quintessence of a space and it history. For The New York Times Jack had documented Philadelphia neighborhood murals that involved capturing the artistic quality and story of the mural in addition to the architectural structure is was painted on. At the Philadelphia Museum of Art Jack shot images for various catalogs were obtaining the true likeness of original artwork was essential. Commercially Jack has developed virtual tours and panoramic photography. For White Plains Hospital he created a virtual tour of their Neonatal Maternity Ward which was used to advertise available features on their website .At Rutgers University Jack composed panoramic photographs of their various campuses that focused on campus life, highlighting the Organic Agricultural Program, the Law School, new facilities, and the environmental beauty of the school .In addition to these attributes, Jack formulates a finely tuned optimal photography processing that meets the specific needs of each clients visual media, whether printed publications, projected presentations, or virtual productions.