Thursday, March 17, 2011

First Art Show

Friday, March 18th I will be one of 16 artist participating in the 2nd annual One Night Art Gallery at the Victor Lofts in Camden, NJ.  I have 10 fine art photography pieces and I invited my father who is also Paul Loftland (an accomplished traditional artist) to display some of his work. 

The Victor Lofts is located at 1 Market Street, Camden (Waterfront), NJ 08102.  The Gallery will be open from 4pm to 9pm on Friday March 18th only.  Admission is free so stop by and join us if you can.

Announcement by organization  "The Victor Lofts and Greater Camden Partnership will be putting on our 2nd Annual One Night Art Gallery. The event will be held in the retail space on the ground floor next to the bank. Come out and enjoy a night filled with live music, local artist and good conversation.

Monday, March 7, 2011

Philadelphia Convention Center Expansion Ribbon Cutting: Architectural Space

Friday March 4th, 2011, I had the pleasure of photographing the Philadelphia Convention Center Expansion.  My assignment was to capture the the Architectural space of the ribbon cutting ceremony for this new $787 million dollar convention center.  Which makes it the 14th largest in the nation and the largest exhibit space in the northeast.  This Center resides in center city philadelphia close to all major attractions and hotels and just down the street from City Hall the nations largest municipal building. 

As an Architectural photographer with experience capturing events.  I was commisioned to provide an overall view of this event thru its architecture.  I was also commissioned to take a large group portrait in the New Terrace ballroom which is larger than a football field.  If you look closely you'll see Rocky and Ben Franklin in the group. 

View image gallery above to see the new Philadelphia Convention Center Expansion ribbon cutting ceremony.  Photography by (c)Paul Loftland/Architec360.

Thursday, March 3, 2011

Inside Old Original Bookbinders (Dining Room)- Philadelphia

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Main Dining Area

A beautifully designed restaurant in Philadelphia, PA.  Unfortunately Old Original Bookbinders Philadelphia closed its door in 2009.    Interior Designer: Floss Barber Interior Design, Photography: Paul Loftland/ for AYC Studios.  When architecture and design is so beautiful it must be seen as a 360 Panorama.

Move your mouse around to see full 360hd panorama.  Click last button inside 360 to view full screen.  Press escape to return to normal viewing.

Wednesday, March 2, 2011

New Architectural Work

This is a collection of Architectural Exterior images taken during the winter months of February 2011 in the Philadelphia and Camden area. Photography by (c) Paul Loftland -

Inside Philadelphia's 30th Street Station

Abstract image of 30th street station interior with view of ceiling

An inside look at 30th street station in Philadelphia, Pa with a 360hdvr (virtual tour). 

This station was opened in 1933 and the Art Deco Architectural design was by Chicago based firm Graham, Anderson, Probst  and White.  Originally names Pennsylvania station and is listed on the National Register or Historic Places.  This station was feature in the films Blow Out, Trading Places, and Witness.

Click this link to view a high definition 360 view of the interior.  This 360hd was taken in 2008 by Paul Loftland/  Use your mouse to move around the image.  Click button to view full screen.