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Rocky Mountain Mechanical Systems


Not unlike a portrait photographer, whose client must let their guard down to insure a meaningful portrait, commercial and industrial photographers are privileged to see behind the curtain.  When doing industrial photography, I always bear in mind two things.  The client wants to see a clean pictures and the client needs to illustrate real-life circumstances in their imagery.  Sometimes we have to repaint equipment in post editing, sweep the floor or take the dings out of metal surfaces.  But a small amount of retouching doesn’t mean the industrial photographs don’t represent reality.  It just means that a professional photographer wasn’t commissioned when the equipment was new.

Some of the intricate work by Rocky Mountain Mechanical Systems.



These are a few of the industrial photography images from a commercial photo-shoot for Rocky Mountain Mechanical Systems.   With 30 years of experience serving Colorado businesses, Rocky Mountain Mechanical specializes  in mechanical needs like cooling, heating and humidity control. They are experts in replacement, expansion, remodels, and new construction for the industrial and commercial markets.

Cooling/heating ducts for commercial mechanical systems.

Grocery warehouse refrigeration (bottom left) installed and maintained by Rocky Mountain Mechanical and Marczyk’s grocery open refrigeration (top and bottom right).

Bruce Byrd is co-founder of Rocky Mountain Mechanical.


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