Category Archives: Houston Architectural Photography

March 2021 Issue of Professional Photographer Magazine

I have been a member of Professional Photographers of America (PPA) for 15 years. Before that, I was an aspiring photographer member and attended some of their conventions. The association has been a very big part of my professional career: highly educational classes and conventions, valuable business structure assets, and both equipment and liability insurance....

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    5 Secrets to Choosing the Right Real Estate Photographer

    Are you a realtor on the hunt for Houston Real Estate Photography? This important choice can make or break your real estate listing. Not sure how to find the right photographer? Here are five tips that will help you make the right choice. Look at Their Specialty Even the most expensive, experienced real estate photographer...

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      Getting Your Home Ready for Its Close-Up: How to Prepare for Real Estate Photography

      Like all good realtors know, real estate photography is one of the most important aspects of a home’s listing. It’s true that having a talented real estate photographer is essential. But if you haven’t properly prepped your home, there’s nothing they can do to make the photos turn out well. Snapping the photos is the...

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        When should photographers raise their prices?

        This is a common and important question that I have asked many other photographers and business owners. I am not just referring to the date, I am also referring to situations that would facilitate a price increase. Let’s assume that you are already confident that your work is definitely due for a price increase. 1)...

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