One of my clients was participating in a large conference in Tampa. I flew down to help them with photography for the event. And I was also excited to see their exhibit display. They’d blown up some of the images that I’ve done for them to enormous sizes and used them as the curved walls of the display area.
I don’t think I’ve seen any of my images enlarged to 10 feet before. So it was really great to see how well the quality held up.
I was there for almost three days. And right before heading to the airport I was happy to have a little time to swing by the University of Tampa. Plant Hall is the main building for the University, and it’s a wonderfully ornate and beautiful place. It was built in 1891 and it used to be a exotic hotel for rich northern tourists. There is a long curved hallway on one end of the building that is perfect for portraits.