Author: <span>JT</span>

Author: JT

Using Feature Photos to Over Deliver

Real estate photography in much of the world, not just the U.S., suffers from a much maligned perception. This is often because the quality of pictures on online listing services are so absolutely terrible.

One of the things I try to do for my real estate photography customers, is capture some nice feature shots. These are those nice little ‘character’ or future nostalgia shots that everyone can appreciate.

Autumn Has Matured

Out looking about this morning. This path, seemed to call to me. Something about trees arching over foot paths has always had an appeal to me. Day by day, I never know exactly what to expect. Yesterday, we had rain. Ten minutes after taking capturing this image, there was a …

New Biz Owners: Why You Need Focused Marketing

This is a topic that comes up frequently, no matter the market. Whether you’re in photography, social media, web design, nuclear power plant design, or selling new or used cars: You need to focus your marketing efforts.

All too frequently, new business owners want to promote themselves broadly, talking to everyone who will listen. On one hand, this is understandable. You just never know who might send future business your way. And that’s what you’re after. Right?

Exploring Your Own Backyard

How much exploring do you do? As in, really do? On the way to or from your usual destinations, do you ever vary the route? Or, is the route a rut with high sides that you do not look beyond?

Perhaps you should consider doing some Exploring. You just may be amazed at what you find in your own backyard.

Just Plane Shooting

To refresh my mind’s eye, I like to continually seek out new things to shoot. And one of the most challenging things a photographer might shoot: airshows.

Airshow photography presents unique challenges. Here is a short discussion on using wide angle lenses; lighting; and getting dynamic shots.

Yellow Flowers

Morning rain, soft light, vibrant colors.

For a large portion of the United States we are seeing far more rain than a typical summer. In turn, we are blessed with robust foliage; flowers that last a tad longer than usual.