Tag Archives: Commercial photography in Denver

My top photographs 2017. I’m so grateful to all my clients this year.  You’re what allow me to have the job I love. Keep doing it! I hope to see you all again in 2018. .   …….. In 2017 was a great year for executive portrait photography –– too many executive portraits to show here. But I […]

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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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  Executive Photography for Executive Women in Business and Entrepreneurs Over the years, I’ve had the pleasure to photograph hundreds of women entrepreneurs, attorneys, CEOs, writers, judges and artists. This post is part of a series representing photography of executive women and women entrepreneurs. . It was serendipitous timing. During a very busy stretch in the summer […]

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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!
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. . . Editorial Photography for Lore Magazine: Dave Liniger and ReMax:   Corporate photography is a term with vast implications and applications.  Calling myself a corporate photographer means that I’m adept at more than just one kind of photography.  And my expertise is a direct result of both the enthusiasm I put and and the […]

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