Category: <span>Photography</span>

Category: Photography

Cleaning Homes Before Shoot?

Had to smile today when encountering this Wall Street Journal article, Real-Estate Agents Clean House. The journalist asks a couple real estate agents about their experiences. I smile, because I’ve seen these situations. In 7 years’ shooting commercially, there have been instances–fortunately rare–where a property simply wasn’t ready. In most …

Where Did 2020 Go?

If you’re in the real estate business it’s a question you might be asking yourself about now. May-August is the hot-season for buying and selling homes. Home are always selling, but once the school year starts, it drops a notch. Get into the holidays, drop another notch. Winter in the …

House of the Week

For those of you with access to the Wall Street Journal (or you’ve not burned any ‘free’ accesses), you may want not be aware of their contest. WSJ House of the Week is a regular contest that visitors can view and vote on. As a member, I’m not sure you …

January Is Moving

Normally, the off-season here, December through early-March, is offset by commercial shoots. This year, 2020, the residential market kicked off with a boom. Too early to tell if it’s just a short spurt, but the January schedule for shoots was almost filled with residential clients, carrying into early February. Following …

sUAS Biennial Recert

Hard to believe, it’s already time for me to do a bieannial FAA sUAS re-certification for my FAA Part 107 remote pilot’s license. What’s this, you may ask? Seems for a long time, the FAA was dragging its feet on introducing regulations governing commercial use of Small Unmanned Aircraft Systems …

What is a REAL Camera?

Need a real camera? Well, what does that mean? Two people are talking, an author and a photographer. The Author says to the Photographer, “I’ve seen your work. You must have a great camera.” The Photographer responds, “I’ve read your books. You must have a great typewriter.” Odds are, something like …