Castillo de San Marcos - St. Augustine

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You will be shooting Castillo de San Marcos in St. Augustine


Google is looking to capture locations all over the world and needs beautiful photos of landmarks in certain regions.
Photos are the first thing potential travelers look at when searching for things to do in an area.
Your photos will greatly impact those who go looking for things to do in new cities.
If you participated in the Zagat Requests previously run by Google then you should understand the quality Google expects.
These requests are extremely time sensitive so please be aware of the deadlines currently present.


Ideally you will have all photos uploaded and edited by the deadline of this request.
The shot list for this assignment if much more general. Please absolutely NO abstract looking shots (ie. zooming in on strange angles, details on a building, etc.).
Please thoroughly read the Google style guide found here https://snapwi.re/google


Images should be consistent in style and fully capture whatever geographical point of interest is in the brief.

- Exterior Establishment Shot

Please include horizontal/landscape and vertical/portrait orientation. Aim to shoot 1/100 of a second and over expose by 1 f-stop to meet our style. We may purchase more depending on quality of photos.


Castillo de San Marcos

St. Augustine

https://www.google.com/maps/place/St.+Augustine

Additional Requirements
Orientation:
Any
Environment:
Any
Lighting:
Any
Space For Copy:
No
Photo Size:
4MP+ (ex: 2272x1704px+)
Model Release:
No
Location:
Castillo de San Marcos
Paid Post to Instagram:
No
Categories
Food and Drink Buildings Cities and Regions
Inspirational Images

Messages posted by users

6 months ago - Submitted another one. Any suggestions on exactly you are looking for would be helpful. I’m in St. Augustine at least twice a month so any suggestions would help. I can’t really think of many more ways to shoot the fort.
8 months ago - @snapwire, this a very unusual structure. Getting the entire structure in onw shot is going to require the photographer to be a half mile back?