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 …

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 …