Real Estate Agents need modern headshots!
Real estate agent headshots are, along with personal injury lawyers, perhaps the most seen headshots out in public. That’s why having a modern, creative, and professional headshot for a real estate agent in Albuquerque, New Mexico is particularly important. It’s the first impression you make on potential buyers and sellers, and if your headshot does not look professional, and modern, what kind of impression do you think that is going to make? Ben will be impressing clients all over ABQ with his new headshot and head to toe headshot as well! He visited the JCP Home Studio and it was nearly a record for fewest shots to get results we both liked! Thanks for being so awesome in front of the lens Ben! Read More
Headshots for a Writer
I met Jackie a good while back at a marketing presentation. As I do with everyone I meet at presentations and networking events I checked out her website and follow up with suggestions of how my photography may help their business. Jackie was in the process of doing an entire website redesign and needed a headshot to go on it, my specialty! She visited the JCP Home Studio and we went through a variety of poses, background colors and even wardrobe changes to find a creative headshot style that worked for her new site. She chose the headshot above to use on her ABOUT THE WRITER page on her new website! Thank you Jackie! Read More
Coralee is a real estate agent that really cares!
I had the pleasure of working with a new real estate agent, Coralee Quintana, photographing a residential real estate listing for her in Rio Rancho, New Mexico. We met at an Albuquerque Hispano Chamber of Commerce ambassador meeting. At the listing she was very helpful getting last minute things in order for me to photograph the exteriors first, and then the interiors. She went above and beyond to insure the best results and really helped out the home owner as well. I did my part looking for creative, as well as the traditional, interior photography angles and composition. Check out the photo below using the bed in the foreground, not the typical bedroom real estate photo! Read More
Suzie visits the JCP Home Studio for Headshots!
It was a long time coming, but Suzie was finally able to visit the JCP Home Studio in Albuquerque, New Mexico for a headshot session! We had first talked several months ago, so I was glad when Suzie texted and said do you have any time available this morning?? Luckily I did and got the studio lights setup in a hurry! Like many clients, Suzie was not exactly thrilled at the prospect of having her photo taken, but had to. We tried a couple different lighting setups and backgrounds, before ending up with this seated position on a black background. It is my job to find the right style and look to make my headshot clients feel comfortable during the photo session and be thrilled with the results! This is what a professional headshot photographer is able to do! Thank you Suzie for visiting and being patient until we got just the right headshot for you! Read More
374 Canon Madera Drive Luxury Real Estate Listing
It is my goal to be the best luxury real estate photographer and drone pilot in the Albuquerque, New Mexico area, and really the entire state. I continued this pursuit working for Mark & Susan Ryerson on this unique property nestled on the east side of the Sandia Mountains in the Sandia Crest area. This property was photographed and listed previously and did not sell, in part due to the below average quality of the photographs. Mark and Susan told me upon seeing the photos that this listing now looks like the $500k+ home it is! I could not receive a better compliment from a client. I once again used the flambient technique for interiors and realistic HDR for exteriors. For information about buying this property, view the realtor.com listing. Read More
Headshots for the Hispano Chamber in Albuquerque
I am proud to be a member of the Albuquerque Hispano Chamber of Commerce so when they asked me to make updated headshots for new staff members and ambassadors, I was very happy to do so. They wanted the same style and look as their previous headshots, which meant having the U.S. and New Mexico flags in the background. Having seen the outdoor location used for the old headshots, I suggested we take things indoors and control the harsh daylight that was visible in the semi-covered outdoor hallway that was used before. This allowed me to get consistent results over a long shoot without worrying about the sun changing the ambient light and adding more or less shadow to the background. Read More
Headshots for my networking friend
I met Adam a while back at an event for the Albuquerque Hispano Chamber of Commerce. We stayed in touch via email, and continued to run into each other at other Chamber events and at 1 Million Cups ABQ too. It was finally a good time for him to visit the JCP Home Studio and bring his two start up partners Ron and Michael. They wanted some uniformity to the headshots in terms of feel, look, and smile, while of course still making each person show their own personality. I think we were successful in getting three headshots that look alike in general, but have individuality to them as well! Read More