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Our Services

Need a photographer in the Baltimore or Washington D.C. metro area?  Baltimore photographer Tracey Brown has you covered. From corporate and editorial shoots in studio or on location and architectural or interior shoots, Tracey can handle these projects.


Architectural

Need photography of your latest project?  Whether you’re an architect, hotel, or commercial property owner, contact us for great images that showcase your property and won’t blow a hole in your budget.

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People

Sure, you could get stock photography for your next brochure or website, but so will everyone else.  Stand head and shoulders above the rest with editorial and commercial photography that tells your story.

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Interior Photography

Bring out the best in your latest project.  Tracey can help showcase your latest work, whether it be an addition, or a full renovation.

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“Inspiration is for amateurs; the rest of us just show up and get to work.”

Chuck Close

“Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once we grow up.”

Pablo Picasso

About Tracey

You’ve got a project and a deadline. Now you need a photographer who can interpret your idea and make it reality. Tracey understands you have a job to do. That’s why she finds out what you need and gets it done right- without a lot of weeping and whining. She works hard to find out exactly what your project entails, so there are no ugly budget surprises. Straightforward and easy to deal with- everything should be this easy.

Tracey Brown of Papercamera in Baltimore, MD

Bio

Tracey Brown is a commercial and editorial photographer.  She is a graduate of Goucher College and lives in Baltimore, Maryland. She has a fine art background, as well as years of experience, with clients like the University of Maryland, GBMC, Adventist Healthcare, and many others. “I use lighting as a means to sculpt the subject and create an image that emotionally engages the viewer.”

“The soul of any creative art form is freedom.”

Glen Keane

Stay tuned. Read our news

  • “@jemillerwbal Who are the actual owners?”

    @paper_camera – 05/22/2019

  • “@mikesbadtweets I wonder what’s going to happen with 2080 Rockrose”

    @paper_camera – 05/22/2019

  • “@jemillerwbal When will they rebuild these structures?”

    @paper_camera – 05/22/2019

  • “@BaltimoreBrew What demo company did the demolition without approvals?”

    @paper_camera – 05/21/2019

  • “This is a camera I can get behind! https://t.co/27RIRGKqkV”

    @paper_camera – 05/02/2019

  • “@bmoredhcd @prezjackyoung Slow and steady wins the race! Baltimore needs steady investment like this everywhere. Way to go!”

    @paper_camera – 05/01/2019

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    @paper_camera – 04/28/2019

  • “@grahamprojects @TreeBaltimore Is it able to be updated? They missed a whole block of street trees they planted in my area”

    @paper_camera – 03/27/2019

“If you could say it in words, there would be no reason to paint.”

Edward Hopper

Contact Papercamera

We’d love to hear from you! Give us a shout to schedule a shoot, find out what we do, or to just say hi!

Baltimore

3500 Parkdale Ave, Baltimore, MD 21211

( 410 ) 905 1398






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