AIA has just recently revised their Best Practices section of their website. Which included updating all of the information contained within the pdf’s. It seems, as though would be quite a bit of work and I’m sure whoever had the pleasure of doing is glad that it’s done. However we are very pleased to have been a part of the process. Brad’s image of the Boston Convention Center, designed by Rafael Vinoly Architects, is being featured on the first page of the section 6.3.08 titled ‘Controlling the Cost of a Photography Assignment’.
We look forward to perusing all of the changes that they made to the pdf’s and gleaming whatever new morsels of knowledge have been added to it. Of particular interest to our clients might be the pdf’s found in Chapter 6, Part 3, Sections 5-9; they deal with how to hire and work with a photographer. It’s always a good idea to get a refresher on how these things are supposed to be done. Please give it a look here, it might not be fun but I’m sure it’ll be educational.