Monthly Archives: October 2015

I love the results from this recent executive portrait photo-shoot. So does my client – Emily Gepner. Being a professional people photographer, I often make portraits for top executives whose careers and whose companies were unknown to me before the photo-shoot. And I see a glimpse into the fascinating world of people like Emily Gepner. As a high-level executive for AECOM, […]

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Pro-photography portraits of executives and dignitaries, are exciting and challenging. But there are times when I’m asked not to show the glorious results on my websites. I can’t show the creative, stunning, superlative, once-in-a-lifetime work from a recent executive-portrait photo-shoot.  I mustn’t even mention the name of my client. This may be my magnum opus of a lifetime […]

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While scouting photography locations for an upcoming corporate photography photo-shoot in downtown Denver today, I couldn’t help but chuckle at the cyclical nature of my career in photography.  My meeting with Sheryl Anderson of Wells Anderson & Race – a Denver law firm, was productive. We evaluated some fantastic locations for the group portrait photography session later this […]

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  • Sheri Small - I enjoy reading your blogs Ed! You are quite the writer. Great combination with your photographs, are you published anywhere? As always thank you for sharing your talent, I look forward to reading more of your writing. SheriReplyCancel

    • Edward DeCroce - Wow Sheri, a big thanks goes out to YOU.
      Writing doesn’t come naturally to me. In fact, I struggle just to write this reply to your generous compliment. My only real goal is to avoid overused cliches. So I alter the phrase that jumps into my mind “with an adrenaline rush” to “with adrenaline strength”. And I rely heavily on spell-sheck:-)
      With your encouragement I vow to write more now. And when my novel is tops on the NY Times best seller list we’ll know that I owe it to Sheri Small!