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Michael Muraz
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Commercial architecture and fine art photographer
Commercial architecture and fine art photographer

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How I photographed the DNA3 Condos and got the shots despite the limited space.

The DNA3 condominiums are a recent development in the Liberty Village neighborhood, just west of Downtown Toronto. Taking up a whole block, the building features a black cladding with white highlights. Project Info – Developer: Canderel Residential –…
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New York Skyscrapers like you've never seen before.

I love New York City. I’ve visited 3 times in the last two years, and I’ll be there again in October this year. New York Skyscrapers are a big part of the city and an endless source of inspiration for me. During one of my trips in 2014, I shot some long…
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Complaining about your clients? Read why we should be more grateful! #business #photography

This is the third instalment in a series of 5 articles about your clients and how to get the most out of them. I will be publishing one article every Friday during April. I previously wrote about why you might have the wrong clients and how to adjust your…
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How to photograph a building with a variety of spaces #architecture #photography

The Celsius Condos are a new development in North York, the northern borough of Toronto. It includes a mid-rise tower surrounded by townhouses and a landscaped courtyard. [icon_box title=”Project Info” icon=”fa-info-circle “]Developer: Shiu Pong…
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NYC's architecture is an endless source of inspiration, and I always find new ways to shoot it. #New York #architecture #Flatiron

Last summer, I visited New York City for the fourth time in 4 years. While there is always something new to shoot in NYC, I decided to photograph the city under a new angle. It was especially fitting because I was travelling with my sister, who had never…
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High-end clients might just dismiss you if you are too cheap #business #photography

This is the second instalment in a series of 5 articles about your clients and how to get the most out of them. I will be publishing one article every Friday during April. Last week, I wrote about why you might have the wrong clients. Do you spend a lot…
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Get $100 off when you register for the Out of New York Conference with the code MURAZ100 - Limited Time Offer

I am happy to announce that I will be presenting at the Out of New York Conference on October 14-15. Organized by the awesome Chris Smith, founder of Out of Chicago, this will be the first time the conference happens in New York, and it’s going to be…
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How to photograph commercial architecture in a distracting environment #BramptonCityHall #architecture

Last fall, Brampton, a Toronto suburb, expanded their city hall with a large addition. I decided I wanted to shoot it because I like the work of the architects. [icon_box title=”Project Info” icon=”fa-info-circle “]Developer: City of Brampton…
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Above all, you want clients who value photography. Find out why. #business #photography

This is the first instalment in a series of 5 articles about your clients and how to get the most out of them. I will be publishing one article every Friday during April, so stay tuned for more! Have you ever considered that you might have the wrong…
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The Markham Pan Am Centre, one of the nicest buildings built for the 2015 Pan Am. #Toronto #Architecture

The 2015 Pan Am Games brought a number of new sports venues to Toronto, and I decided to photograph a couple of them that look promising. I recently wrote about the Mattamy National Cycling Centre, and now it’s time to talk about the Markham Pan Am…
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