Category Archives: Commercial Photography

Pro commercial photographers Denver based, from DeCroce travel worldwide. Commercial people photographers in Denver, DeCroce provides both in-office photography and commercial field photography. Advertising photographers provide the highest quality imagery to designers and art directors of advertising agencies and marketing firms.

Photo-shoot for Oil and Gas Investor Magazine by Edward C. De Croce This winter, I was commissioned by Oil and Gas Investor Magazine for a cover story on Colorado Industrial photography and Petroleum. I’m glad the editors thought highly of my work. In the age of clever-phone-cameras, magazine photography feeds starving pro photographers. Oh, it’s not […]

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  Business Portraits – Denver High Finance at Tokken I enjoy making business portraits for Denver executives. Every week, I create profile pictures and business portraits. Some of my business photography projects are for magazine stories, but most are done for company websites. Whatever the project is, I design executive portraits that are uncommon. My aim is to create the […]

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  • Mary pencheff - Really really nice work! Beautiful lighting and composition, great conceptual portraits.ReplyCancel

    • Edward DeCroce - Thank you Mary. And you have beautiful work! Wouldn’t it be fun to photograph each other sometime?ReplyCancel

Executive portrait photography: Executive Portrait Photographers   This article is written for business executives who want to look good in their portrait photography photo-shoot. It’s also written for executive portrait photographers. Writing advice for both sides of the camera lens in one article might seem like a reach. But any professional photo-shoot is a shared […]

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Marketing Photographers Tools And Usage In Denver   Owners of small businesses have their arms full with a multiplicity of hourly chores and projects. And marketing-photographers marketing themselves (after aiding other businesses in marketing) often fall short. There’s a finite amount of time in one hour – usually about 60 minutes. And marketing-photographers (and other small business people) are left with the 59th and 60th minutes […]

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A hard working roughneck offers much to photograph. And capturing their essence in single frame images was part of my assignment in recent industrial photography and energy photography photo-shoots. I hope the photographs here represent the character and dignity I encountered.  .  Roughneck At Work . . . . The hottest song on the charts that summer was was“Satisfaction”. The […]

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  • Alfy Sommers - Great stuff Ed. Keep on snappin down the road 📸ReplyCancel

  • Mike Thurman - You could easily have been a writer with your thoughtful ability to describe or portray any situation with your keyboard as well as you do with your lens. These are every bit as good as I had imagined them to be. Great work Edward!ReplyCancel

  • Sheri Small - Your stories make as incredible an image as your camera lens.Very much enjoy your blog Ed.ReplyCancel

  • Pam Blaney - Great pictures Edward!ReplyCancel

  • Eric Lombardi - Holy smokes- such amazing acuity! And I love the B&W’s! The industrial world is rich with humanity…great stuff as usual.ReplyCancel

  • Anne Mckinnon - Most incredible..,ReplyCancel

  • Denver Professional Photographers – DeCroce 2016 Selection ~ DeCroce Blog of Photography - […] “Roughneck” (July2017) was written as a tribute to to the workers of the Energy business. It was also an attempt to practice prose and push the conversation of climate science. […]ReplyCancel