Michigan Photographers
Serving Detroit and Southeast Michigan

Blue Sky Photography, Inc. is a commercial advertising photography studio located in Troy, Michigan, a suburb just north of Detroit. Established in 1989, Detroit photographers Thomas Kirby and David Trott, produce automotive photography in the studio and on location, as well as lifestyleproduct, stock, corporate and industrial photography. Working with high end digital equipment, these Detroit photographers have had their work appear in national print advertising, brochures, annual reports, television, catalogs and trade show murals. The Blue Sky Photography studio is 4,000 square feet with kitchen facilities, make-up and dressing room, and an automotive cyc stage. Blue Sky's eggshell stage is perfect for automotive photography and large enough for multiple room sets, and yet still has an intimate feeling for smaller production fashion or portrait shoots.

Blue Sky Photographers have been doing retouching and digital imaging since 1993, offering their clients one-stop shopping for their photographic and post-production needs. The retouching and digital assembly shown on their web site portfolio was done at Blue Sky Photography in Troy, Michigan.

Whether your need is for automotive, food, apparel, product or executive portrait photography, these Michigan photographers can get your job done on time and in budget. Blue Sky serves the entire southeastern Michigan area, including Ann Arbor, Lansing, Flint, Southfield, Troy, Warren, even Toledo and Cleveland Ohio. And if your needs require a Michigan photographer to travel farther, the Blue Sky team is willing to travel. Blue Sky photographers have done client driven assignment photography not only in Michigan, but also extensively throughout the United States. So check out the work of these Detroit photographers and consider them for your next creative photography project whether it be an executive portrait, a car interior, or a table top catalog shoot.

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