Port of Houston
The Port of Houston petrochemical complex is one of the largest in the world. The seaport supports over 150 industrial companies, many having private docks, oil refineries and berthing terminals for dry cargo, petrochemicals and intermodal containers. Oil tankers, cargo ships and container ships are constantly loading and unloading their cargo at port terminals.

Port of Houston

An aerial photo of the Port overlooking the city dock and showing the Houston skyline in the background.

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Barbours Cut Container Facility

Port side container cranes loading cargo from container ships at Barbours Cut container terminal in Houston, Texas. Aerial photography like this offers a unique perspective of port operations.

Barbours Cut Container Facility

Port side container cranes loading cargo from container ships at Barbours Cut container terminal in Houston, Texas. Aerial photography like this offers a unique perspective of port operations.

Marine Photography for Publication or Display
High quality marine photography will make a real impact in your marketing publications or your conference room displays. If you are looking for a marine photographer you can hire Scott Teven to create striking photographs of your marine shipping operation or facility. Teven is a professional maritime photographer, Houston based, but available for worldwide travel. Outstanding examples of his professional photography can be viewed on the many pages of this website. Call 713-862-9410 for an estimate on your next project.

These vivid pictures of ships and oil tankers can be licensed as stock photography to illustrate brochures, ads, websites and presentations. Enhance your publications with our high-impact stock photos of the commercial shipping industry. Maritime photographs can also be purchased as fine art prints for display in an office.

port side container cranes loading cargo

Barbours Cut Container Facility

Port side container cranes loading cargo from container ships at Barbours Cut container terminal in Houston, Texas. Aerial photography like this offers a unique perspective of port operations.

Barbours Cut container terminal aerials

Intermodal Container Ships at Barbours Cut

An aerial photo of the Barbours Cut terminal overlooking the shipyard and the container berths. Stacks of shipping containers are ready for loading on container ships.

picture of container ship and tugboat

Houston Turning Basin

Picture of a tugboat pushing a container ship in the turning basin of the Houston ship channel.

ship bulk cargo loading

Marine Stowage

Bulk cargo stacked on wooden pallets is delivered by forklifts and lifted into the hold of cargo ship by portside cranes on the dock.

longshoremen working on docks

Unit Load on the City Docks

Longshoremen secure pallet loaded with sacks of dry milk before loading freight into the cargo hold of ship. We can photograph your people in action, providing the vital services your company specializes in.

dry bulk carrier at port terminal

Vessel Loading Cargo at Cement Terminal

A bulk carrier loading its cargo holds with dry bulk cargo at a cement strorage facility.

We can photograph your cargo ships docked in the Port of Houston.

Shipping Containers

A sea of containers on the loading dock at Barbors Cut terminal wait to be loaded on a container ship.

Port of Houston

Photo of the Port overlooking the city dock and showing the Houston skyline in the background.

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