New Technology Visuals Takeaway for SMPS-SFBAC Digital Marketing Bootcamp

New Technology Visuals Takeaway for SMPS-SFBAC Digital Marketing Bootcamp

In May, 2018, I had the great fortune to be invited to teach a workshop to the SMPS-SFBAC chapter.  The Society for Marketing Professional Services (SMPS) is the only professional organization dedicated exclusively to benchmarking and leading marketing in the A/E/C industry.  Their members are marketing and communications professionals who work in architecture, construction, engineering, […]

Time-lapse How-to Video for SMPS-SFBAC Digital Marketing Bootcamp

Time-lapse How-to Video for SMPS-SFBAC Digital Marketing Bootcamp

In May, 2018, I had the great fortune to be invited to teach a workshop to the SMPS-SFBAC chapter.  The Society for Marketing Professional Services (SMPS) is the only professional organization dedicated exclusively to benchmarking and leading marketing in the A/E/C industry.  Their members are marketing and communications professionals who work in architecture, construction, engineering, […]

Cinemagraph How-to Video for SMPS-SFBAC Digital Marketing Bootcamp

Cinemagraph How-to Video for SMPS-SFBAC Digital Marketing Bootcamp

In May, 2018, I had the great fortune to be invited to teach a workshop to the SMPS-SFBAC chapter.  The Society for Marketing Professional Services (SMPS) is the only professional organization dedicated exclusively to benchmarking and leading marketing in the A/E/C industry.  Their members are marketing and communications professionals who work in architecture, construction, engineering, […]

Commercial Real Estate (CRE) Photography Interview

Commercial Real Estate (CRE) Photography Interview

Not long ago, I was asked by SharpLaunch, a provider of all-in-one marketing platforms for commercial properties, to answer some questions for their blog on the importance of professional photography to the process of selling or leasing commercial real estate (CRE).  A couple of my answers, along with those of several other professional architectural photographers, […]

Three Photographers Share Their Experiences with Drone Photography

Three Photographers Share Their Experiences with Drone Photography

Since I’ve been paying attention to the fast-moving developments surrounding Unmanned Aerial Systems – UAS or UAV(ehicles), more commonly called drones — I wanted to know what other photographers are thinking about the current state of drone photography and how it’s impacting their business, good or bad.  I sent five questions to two other photographers […]

Guest Appearance on the Copyright Alliance Blog

Guest Appearance on the Copyright Alliance Blog

For anyone associated with photography or who earns a living by creating, and who’s not already familiar with the Copyright Alliance, you should be.  From their website: The Copyright Alliance is the unified voice of the copyright community, representing the interests of thousands of individuals and organizations across the spectrum of copyright disciplines. The Copyright […]

Drone Photography vs. Helicopter Aerial Photos

Drone Photography vs. Helicopter Aerial Photos

There’s been an awful lot of news coverage lately regarding Unmanned Aerial Systems — UAS or UAV(ehicle) — more commonly called drones. Since I’ve loved flying and been a licensed private pilot for more than 30 years (more on that here) and an aerial photographer for the past 15 years, I’ve been paying attention to […]

New Drone Regulations to Take Effect August 29 Will Affect Photography

New Drone Regulations to Take Effect August 29 Will Affect Photography

In June 2016, the FAA approved new guidelines covering the use of small unmanned aerial systems (UAS), or drones.  The new guidelines are due to take effect at the end of this month, beginning on August 29, 2016 . Previously, private, hobby-flying drones fell under the FAA designation of model or hobby aircraft and as […]

6 Reasons to Upgrade Your Camera for Better Architectural Photos – pt. 1

6 Reasons to Upgrade Your Camera for Better Architectural Photos – pt. 1

Six reasons to trade in your point and shoot or cellphone camera for a dSLR camera if you want to improve your architectural and interior photography: Set your ISO Control your depth-of-field with lens aperture Place a bubble level on the hot shoe Shoot RAW files Take advantage of lens filters and interchangeable lenses to […]

4 Easy Low-tech Ways to Improve Your Interior Photography with a Point-and-Shoot or Cellphone Camera

4 Easy Low-tech Ways to Improve Your Interior Photography with a Point-and-Shoot or Cellphone Camera

 Four low-tech suggestions for improving your interior photography: Compose your shot thoughtfully Manage the light Brace the camera Groom the set     So I’m not going to lie to you, shooting interior photos is trickier than shooting outside. Outside, the sun graciously offers its output to benefit us all and makes our photography easier.  […]

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