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Isaac Martinez has been exploring the potential of Panoramic Photography and Virtual Tours since 1996. He is a member of the International Virtual Reality Photographers Association and Pro Member in 360Cities.net. His work was selected for the “2011 Masters of Contemporary Panoramic Photography” exhibition in Palmela, Portugal.

His work was included in the recent book, “Mirandonos” a compendium of the work of the top art photographers in Costa Rica in the last 50 years.

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Isaac productions includes Virtual Tours for hotels, art galleries, architects, real estate developers, auto and motorcycle dealerships, road construction companies and government projects all over the world.

Some of his favorite venues year after year include museum and art fairs such as The Armory Show, Art Basel Switzerland, Arte Americas, Maco Mexico, ArteBa in Buenos Aires, ARCO Spain, and the Venice Biennale.

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BIO

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Photography has been his passion since young age and this led him to found his own company and to engage in the production of panoramic and spherical photography independently since 2000 as aprofessional photographer. He has specialized in air and 360 degree photography using an innovative technique that has allowed his artworks have been purchased by renowned collectors not only in Costa Rica but also outside its borders. As a member of the International Association of Virtual Photographers he joined the group conferences in Tucson, Arizona in 2008, in Palmela, Portugal in 2010, Las Vegas, Nevada in 2014 and Prague, Czech Republic in 2015.

He has worked in panoramic photography for art fairs around the world as ARCO in Spain, ArteBA in Argentina, Maco: Mexico, Art Basel, Switzerland and numerous art fairs in the United States as Art Basel Miami Beach, The Armory Show in New York Americas Art among others. Has also worked for museums such as the Miami Art Museum, the Valencian Institute of Modern Art, the Cisneros Fontanals Art Foundation and for internationally renowned artists like Julian Schnabel, Federico Uribe, Ray Smith, Federico Herrero, and Jorge Jimenez Deredia to document their studios and recent work.