Category Archives: Houston Architectural Photography

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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    The Transition out of “Commercial” Photography

    Making the transition out of Commercial Photography – This is a personal observation but I’m deleting the word “Commercial” from my business. It’s vague and doesn’t describe what I do. Architectural and Industrial photography may be a mouthful, but you hopefully get a clear picture 📷 of what I can do! Here is a shoot...

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      The Art of Critique

      I have encountered plenty of critique, both solicited and unsolicited. As a photographer I have been through several portfolio reviews in my career, some solicited and some not. Some of the solicited critique was very helpful and some was downright mean. I immediately started to consider how solicited critique is given and received. I am...

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        Hipp Pools

        A recent shoot with my client, Hipp Pools, Inc. I suggested on future shoots that I just show up in my swim trunks “so I can get better angles”

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