Kim Kozlowski Photography, LLC | Ann Arbor, Ferndale and Flint {Metro Detroit Photographer Kim Kozlowski}

Ann Arbor, Ferndale and Flint {Metro Detroit Photographer Kim Kozlowski}

January 05, 2013  •  Leave a Comment

Ann Arbor

Downtown Ann Arbor

As a true Michigan State fan, my blood runs green and white, but even so, I have to admit to having a great time photographing Ann Arbor for local client United Shore Financial Services.  I visited on a pleasant and sunny day in mid-November and had a great time photographing this beautiful city.  The above image was selected by the client and will be used to wallpaper an entire wall in one of their conference rooms.

More fun from Ann Arbor...

Ann Arbor

Ann Arbor

Ann Arbor

Ann Arbor


The city of Ferndale was assigned to one of the larger conference rooms requiring a multi-image panorama.  So I created this image in the early morning to give it some fun sun flare...Ferndale

Downtown Ferndale

For many of the images shot for this project I was either in the street or nearly in the street, and that was the case for the series of images needed for this panorama.  I started on the end of the street near the bus stop and as I was working a few of the folks waiting for the bus became interested in what I was doing and were worried about me so they tagged along as I progressed up and down the street a few times warning me about on coming traffic.  You know, Michigan really is home to some of the nicest people.



The city of Flint was on our original list of cities to be photographed, it didn't ultimately make the final list but I certainly enjoyed my time exploring there.....

Downtown Flint

Capitol Theater

So many of our old downtowns have these beautiful old theaters, it was fun to see them all and nice to see many of them still in use.  The old Capitol theater shown here in downtown Flint is not an active theater, hopefully someday it will be restored.

Oh, and one final bonus image from my time in Flint, a great Vernor's sign on one of the old brick buildings....


Up next, Grosse Pointe, Northville and Clarkston.....




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