Category Archives: Houston Architectural Photography

The Transition out of “Commercial”

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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    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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      “I want to live this way”

      I love it when a place makes me say “I want to live this way” I think that is one of the best lures into real estate marketing. Don’t just sell the house, sell the way you live. I see a lot of great designs and ideas for living – you would think I would...

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        808 Bayland Houston Heights

        808 BAYLAND The words “modern, up to date and artistic” are used to describe the newly built residence at 808 Bayland in the February 1912 issue of “Homes,” a monthly magazine published by the Wm. A. Wilson Co. The asking price? $4,500, with $500 down and monthly payments for 10 years for the two-story, seven-room...

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          What is a “Great” client?

          A paying client is a good client. I can agree with that statement. What moves a client into the “great” category? Of course, lots of loyal business is a major factor, but photographing the work of someone who is as passionate about their craft as I am breeds the relationships in business I am looking...

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