Video: The Women’s Building – Impacting The Local Community

2020-06-12T13:14:34-07:00By |Categories: News, Nonprofit, Video, Video Production|Tags: , , , , , , |

We’re so proud to have recently produced a video for The Women’s Building located in San Francisco! As a promotional video, it highlights the nonprofit organization’s presence in the community and the services they provide, especially for low-income women and their families. 

As the first women-led community center, they’ve come a long way and are now an anchor institution in the area. The nonprofit seeks to empower women through many community […]

Photo Journal – Life in Quarantine: San Francisco

2020-04-24T09:18:41-07:00By |Categories: Feature, News, Personal, Photography, Point of View|Tags: , , , , , , , |

Coronavirus quarantine san francisco March 19, 2020 – Shortly after Governer Newsom’s edict tonight – scenes from the Mission District

As a non-essential business, we at Orange Photography have been doing our best to weather this pandemic and ride things out.  In San Francisco we went into lock […]

Coronavirus, International Prospects, and Optimism Highlight the SF Travel Marketing Conference

2020-03-06T12:43:55-08:00By |Categories: Article, Event, News, Photography|Tags: , , , , , , , |

Marriott International’s Area General Manager John Kimball speaking at the SF Travel Marketing Conference. 
Last week we wrapped up a marketing conference by one of our valued sponsors, SF Travel! The event, held at Mission Bay’s Conference Center on UCSF’s beautiful campus, gathered leaders in the local hospitality industry to discuss the current state of travel and tourism to San Francisco as well as the latest trends. 

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WWF Bridging the Gap Between Climate Change and the Youth

2019-11-11T09:25:04-08:00By |Categories: Event, Giving Back, News, Photography, Projects, Uncategorized, Video|Tags: , , , , , |

Back in September 2018, the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) joined in the first ever Global Climate Action Summit in San Francisco to bring businesses, state and local government, civil society and citizens together in an effort to fight the growing predicament of climate change.
 
We were privileged to have a role in the conference by providing video coverage of the entire event. This included interviews of several leaders in the movement such as Carter Roberts, CEO and President of WWF, […]

Facial Recognition Technology at Intel’s Award Reception

2019-06-26T04:10:48-07:00By |Categories: Event, Feature, Industry Knowledgebase, Photography|Tags: , , , , , , , , , |

Event photography can either be a great asset or a big headache for organizations because guests will want to find every single photo of themselves or something they saw during the event. Enter facial recognition technology, an easy-to-use system that saves guests time and allows them to […]

Small Potatoes Catering Custom Stock photography

2017-12-12T19:49:15-08:00By |Categories: Photography, Portraiture, Trade|Tags: , , , , , , , , |

Earlier this year we had the wonderful opportunity to photograph some custom stock photography and staff headshots for Small Potatoes Catering and Events.  It was really a fun time going over there and setting up for some food shoots as well as their amazing chef at work! We love getting to go and photograph people doing what they love, that’s the power […]

Behind the scenes at Melons Catering and Events

2018-03-13T19:24:01-07:00By |Categories: Commercial, Feature, Point of View|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , |

One of the wonderful things we get to experience in our industry is seeing and experiencing other creative event professionals. We usually get to see everyone at the event working hard and only get to see the final presentation which is why we jumped at the chance to join our partners at

Talent Profile: Kelsey Floyd | San Francisco

2017-07-24T21:21:00-07:00By |Categories: Associates, Company|Tags: , , , |

Kelsey Floyd moved to San Francisco two years ago and has been shooting for Orange Photography a little over a year and a half. Originally from the suburbs of Chicago, Kelsey went to DePauw University, in Indiana, where she was a double major in Studio Art (Sculpture) and Psychology. She moved to Maine after college to […]

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