Category Archives: Denver Pro Photography

The Denver pro photography category includes all professional photo-shoots in or around the city of Denver Colorado since 2006. Professional commercial photographers from DeCroce produces a wide spectrum of pro photography projects including corporate photography, business photography, industrial field photography, executive portrait photography, editorial photography and photojournalism.

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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Tonya deCroce is currently traveling the globe in an effort to bring back to life the works and the stories of her grandfather – Denver portrait photographer Edward Angelo deCroce. She met with the curators of the Photography International Hall of Fame in St. Louis Mo. last week. She meets with Hassleblad in Gothenburg Sweden today […]

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  • Arthur Rosenblum - Thank you, thank you, thank you, Eddie. What memories you’ve stirred up. I plan to spend quite a bit of time with your blog. Your parents would be so proud of you for both the tributes you pay them, and for the artistry and technical quality of your photography. This made my day. — ArthurReplyCancel

  • Lynn Schriner - What an amazing legacy! Seeing your fathers work again…remembering the portraits in the window of his studio as we walked by. His work was art in it’s highest form. I remember the son, with a camera, always a camera. The son had an eye for beauty and captured light in ways that inspired me. I am honored to call you friend. From a very young age till now, your work delights and challenges! The apple didn’t fall far from the tree Edward! Amazing!ReplyCancel

A Finnish friend of a friend has a funny expression. Its used when our actions seem insignificant and inconsequential. Instead of the tired old line “like a drop in the bucket” her Finnish phrase makes me laugh out loud. She says “Its like a mosquito pissing in the ocean” Well –– this story is about pissing hummingbirds. . . . […]

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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