• Welcome

    Capitol Photography was founded in 2013 by Kevin Griggs and Kate Culver after a decade of working together at Steve Hogben Photography Group.

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  • Atlanta

    Atlanta Georgia:

    Atlanta was originally named Terminus in 1837 at the location of two crossing train tracks. On December 29, 1847 it was incorporated as Atlanta.

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  • King-Queen

    The King and Queen Towers:

    The Concourse at Landmark Center was built between 1984 and 1991 in the Perimeter Center business district.

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  • King Mill Distribution Center

    King Mill Distribution Park:

    King Mill is the first 790,400 sf project developed by Cousins Properties’ Industrial Division.

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  • Belleview Biltmore Resort and Spa

    Belleview Biltmore Resort and Spa:

    The Belleview Biltmore Resort and Spa is a historic hotel in Belleair Florida.

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  • Great Pyramid of Giza

    Great Pyramid of Giza:

    Great Pyramid of Giza is the oldest and largest of the pyramids in Giza.

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  • Stereotaxi at Heart Rhythm Center

    Stereotaxi at Heart Rhythm Center:

    This is the Stereotaxis™ station at Heart Rhythm Center in Augusta, Georgia.

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  • Bank Of America Plaza-Atlanta-GA

    Bank of America Plaza:

    Bank of America Plaza is the tallest skyscraper in Atlanta, Georgia. When it opened in 1982 it was the 6th tallest building in the United States of America.

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  • Kevin Rathbun Steak

    Kevin Rathbun Steak:

    Kevin Rathbun Steak is one of the top ranked steakhouses in America. It is located in the Inman Park neighborhood of Atlanta, GA.

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  • Hernando de Soto Bridge-Memphis, TN

    Hernando de Soto Bridge:

    The Hernando de Soto Bridge carries I-40 across the Mississippi River. Shot from Memphis during an assignment for Mud Island.

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  • Georgia Aquarium

    Georgia Aquarium:

    The Georgia Aquarium was the world's larget aquarium when it opened in 2005. It is home to more than 500 species of aquatic life. O

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  • Bass Lofts

    Bass High School Lofts:

    Bass Lofts is a multifamily commercial loft complex built from a 1920's high school in Little 5 Points.

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  • Commercial

    Commercial Photography Services

    Commercial photography is where Capitol excels. Our property portfolio packages bring all of our resources and knowledge together, utilizing over twenty combined years of field experience in onsite shooting and custom-tailored portfolio packaging. Our expertise ensures that all commercial photography jobs are completed on time and held to the highest standards.  

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  • Architecture

    Architectural Photography Services

    Documenting architecture is Capitol Photography’s passion. There is a lot more to photographing buildings than just snapping a picture. Architectural photography is the art of capturing accurate representations of buildings and other structures with an eye to creating the best shots for each project. Every building brings its own set of challenges and award-winning architects need first-rate photography to adequately convey their visions. 

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  • Aerial

    Aerial Photography Services

    Capitol Photography understands the needs of brokers, builders, architects, and marketing professionals for documenting and advertising properties. At Capitol, we offer aerial photography services that utilize cutting-edge technologies, including a custom helicopter camera to capture a vivid birds-eye view of any property. Our unique helicopter camera provides a true 360-degree view of your building, ensuring your property looks outstanding from every angle. 

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09 Oct

Architecure and Design Flim Festival

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The Architecture & Design Film Festival begins in New York City next week and wouldn’t it be great to be able to go.

18 Mar

Brutalist Gainesville, GA

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The First National Bank building in Gainesville, Georgia is a wonderful example of brutalist architecture.

23 Apr

Aerial Photography Solutions

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Ground photography alone couldn’t show the vastness of this 414 unite apartment community.

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