RECENT BLOG POSTS
Our local WCR Chapter puts on an annual run for the roses event. Here's one of the photos from that event.
I've been wanting to get a nice shot of the lunar eclipse. Last night I set my alarm in order to capture the lunar eclipse at 2:08AM CST. When I got up, I was relieved to see the clouds that where there when I went to bed were almost all gone. Here's one of the shots I got. I think I&...
I've had an idea about how I might shoot a local water tower that was recently repainted. This Saturday I finally had the chance to get the shot I was looking for. So this got me to thinking about shooting various landmarks in my area in helping to identify the location of listings.
I've seriously considered writing an eBook on Elevated and Aerial Photography. What I mean by Elevated is with the camera on a pole so as to provide an interesting prospective of the property or possibly to show what lies behind the property such as a spectacular view. What I mean by aerial...
A few weeks ago I posted a photo or two of my trip to San Diego. At the time I was testing a new lens which I've been quite impressed with. Late last week I signed up for a trial version of the Nik Software Bundle which includes Viveza 2. In order to see what it could do, I reprocessed a f...
I spent a few days in San Diego last week. While I was there, I took in the sights and tried out a new lens. I'm probably just as excited about learning some new editing software. All of this was edited with Lightroom 4, but I've also obtianed CS6 which gives me a little more lattitue o...
Getting in the car the other morning, I just couldn't keep myself from admiring the most beautiful colors of the sunrise. I thougth I would share it with you.
In the interview with Britney Muller, there was a question about how my photography had evolved since I started in real estate. My answer for her chronicled the different cameras and equipment I have used over the years, but I didn’t feel it adequately answered the question. I thought I might s...
Congratulations Iran Watson: 2012 Real Estate Photographer of The Year Congratulations Iran! It was just announced that Iran Watson is the Real Estate Photographer of the year, named by Photography for Real Estate, a site dedicated to improving the real estate photography industry. I've watc...
Thanks to Gail Robinson, I've had a little boost in my zeal for real estate photography posts. Many years ago, Cheryl Johnson created and maintained a list of helpful photography AR posts. When she got burned out, I picked up the task of maintaining the list, but it soon became too big for ...