Category Archives: Houston Real Estate Photography

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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      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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        Day to Dusk Images

        Here are some recent images shot at daytime and converted into twilight images. It is impressive what technology can do. It is very important to always have an understanding on new developments in you industry.

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          Mason Park Bridge East End Houston

          I took the scenic route along Brays bayou – not on the pathway. I did know I was heading the correct direction because I could see it. This beautiful pedestrian bridge. A crown jewel of a place that is still very unexplored for me, Mason Park in the East End. “It will also give residents...

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