Commercial Photography Services
This General Electric Building, located in Eden Prairie, Minnesota was designed by Indiana based Architect, Paxton Waters who hired Rebecca Hahn to shoot images of the inside and outside of this building; including it's innovative speedway. This unique building and grounds, is used to test electronic modes of transportation, and was recently being considered for a structural award.
Other areas of Commercial Services include *Product and Personnel Photography for Websites * Interior Design Photography *Exterior Landscape Photography *Custom Framed Rebecca Hahn Photography for Home and Business *Custom Framing for existing wall art, and *Interior Design Consulting and Staging.
Testimonial from Pam Dahm -"I have watched Rebecca's presentation and viewed her amazing portfolio. She is perfect for your family portraits, business photos or to help decorate any space with her framed pictures as they are truly beautiful."
Testimonial from Steve Bolster -"Rebecca is a well-known photographer who takes time to evaluate the subject matter and accentuate the surroundings to produce terrific results. Whether it be portraits, unique stills or nature and environmental backdrops, Rebecca's photography skills get your attention."
Testimonial from Manuel Santana -"Rebecca has created great pieces of art for our studio and have enjoyed working on those projects with her. We have also had the opportunity to do some large-format printing on canvas and our customers are impressed with the outcome. I highly recommend Rebecca for her broad experience with multiple themes from botanicals, to landscapes, to portraits. She really knows how to capture an emotion with just one click."
Testimonial from Joanne Burgio -"Rebecca did the photography for my professional web site. She gave me direction prior to the shoot, helping to advise me on clothing and make-up. When she arrived for the shoot, she came with camera, lights, accessories and a lot of ideas. The images she took were creative, and I looked great! The hardest part about the shoot was figuring out which pictures were " the best", because they were all so good!"