I recently had the privilege to have a fun Sunday of photographing The Pointe Church located in Fort Wayne, IN. This was there grand re-opening after the most recent Covid Pandemic. Here are some of the recent images that I was able to capture on that glorious sunday.
Here are a variety of images from the recent photo session of Ms. Emily Langston. She did a wonderful job being a perfect model on this gorgeous day. I hope you enjoy looking through them, and help us celebrate this beautiful ladies big senior year!
Hello again! Welcome back to this weeks blog, and I want to apologize for last weeks missed blog post due to a nasty cold virus that swept through my entire home. This week I am better then ever, and decided to give out more FREE Images! Yes, that is right free stock images for round number two! I took a recent day trip to Chicago, Illinois and decided to take along my camera and capture some fantastic images while I was within the area.
All images are 300 DPI (Dots Per Inch), High Resolution, and edited. They are free for personal and/or commercial use as well, so I hope you enjoy them as much as I did when I was taking them. Also, do not forget to visit my recent Free Stock webpage – Jennifer’s Free Stock – that has a wide variety of free images (even mobile imagery) that is yours for the taking.
Thank you for reading this weeks post, and I hope to see you next week!
Hello again, and welcome back to this weeks blog post! This week I am showing you a preview from a recent photo shoot that I was able to establish with a friend of mine. I have always been interested in pursuing a photo shoot within a corn field from a few of my inspirational sites. So after a few weeks of debating this creative thought, and the ultimate steps that it took to find a gorgeous model I finally made it happen. Yay is right. *laughs*
I was even able to capture a few shots of her fellow model/ canine companion that was just as gorgeous, and playful. If you are interested, her canine companion is an all white Husky with beautiful blue eyes that helped with capturing a few of these images. Below are a few of the images that I was able to produce from this wonderful photo shoot, and there is also an attached Pin-able image for sharing on Pinterest as well!
Thank you for reading this weeks blog post, and I hope to see you next week!
Hi again! Welcome back to Jennifer’s Visual Design’s blog this week, and I am going to show you How-To Properly Photograph a Vehicle for Re-Sale. I got this idea from viewing a few craigslist pages of vehicles trying to be sold on the online market. Which comes in handy due to one of my jobs as a photographer at Kelley Automotive in Fort Wayne, IN.
You can do this photo process on any sort of device that has a form of camera attached to it such as a cell phone, tablet, digital camera, or a DSLR camera. Most individuals take photos with their phone to make the process easier to transfer from phone memory too whatever marketing platform you are trying to sell your vehicle on.
I will be showing you this process with photos I have already taken in an enclosed environment at my work for better quality, but this process will work in whatever environment you are in. To help with the photo taking process, and to attract more viewers look into washing, waxing, and detailing your vehicle before capturing images for re-sale.
How To Steps
Starting Step: Start by photographing the front passenger side of the vehicle to show the viewer a outside view of the vehicle first.
Second Step: Proceed to go into the inside of the vehicle to photograph the inside, starting with the center council to capture the display in reverse mode, and then on home mode. Then go on to capture the heating elements, and if the vehicle is a 4×4 then capture the push button and/or stick shift to show the viewer the options available.
Step Three: Move your camera back far enough to capture the entire steering wheel and part of the center council, then move in closer to capture any of the steering wheel amenities buttons (cruise control, volume control, and etc). Then place your camera near the horn to capture the dash display so viewers can see the mileage, the entire set up of the display, and if any lights are on.
Step Four: Step out of your vehicle, and then move to the front of the vehicle to capture a 180 degree area of your vehicle by capturing the front of the vehicle, then the front driver’s side, the back driver’s side, the entire back of the vehicle, and then the back passenger side of the vehicle.
Step Five: Move back to the front of the vehicle and then capture the front driver’s side tire so show your viewer the amount of tread that is still applied towards the tire. Then capture the inside of the vehicle starting with the front driver’s side, then capture an image of the inside of the door to show the viewer the amenities. Duplicate this process on the passenger side, back passenger side, and back driver’s side. Do not forget to capture extra amenities on the inside such as dvd players, remotes, headphones, and even the third row seat!
Step Six: Move to the back of the vehicle and if you have a car with a trunk then try and capture the best you can of the size and inside as you can. If you own a SUV/Van then open up hatch and capture the inside from the rubber seal in, then capture the button (if applicable) that automatically shuts your hatch. If you own a truck, then unlatch the tailgate and capture the inside of the bed of the truck. Also if you’re SUV, Van, or Truck has a hitch then capture an image of it to show the viewers the individual hook up’s and what condition it is in.
Step Seven: Move back to the front of the vehicle, lift the hood, and capture an image of the motor. If you have any extra amenities that are under the hood make sure to capture them also for the viewer’s information.
Step Eight: Last but not least, capture an image of the keys. Your viewer’s like to see the keys to make sure that you have them, and the options that are provided upon the key fob (if you have that option).
Extra Input: Some of the extra options that you can provide for your viewer that will help encourage them to possibly purchase your vehicle would to apply a video of the vehicle running so the viewer can hear the engine and exhaust conditions of the vehicle. If you own a 4×4, provide a video of the vehicle tow show that what condition that 4×4 transfer case would be in.
I hope this week’s How-To steps were helpful and informative towards your next re-sale. Please leave a comment on any improvements, and/or questions. Hope to see you next week, Thanks!
Hello again, and welcome back to this week’s blog post! I have a great surprise for you this week with giving out 10 FREE stock photos that I personally have taken. All images are around 300 DPI (Dots per Inch) and are also around 3800 x 2500 PPI (Pixel per Inch).
Please feel free to use these images within blog posts, web design, commercial use, upon social media, and/or whatever purpose that you have a need for them. If you do plan on posting within a social media form, please tag me within the published form.
I know there is a wide variety of options for image choices within this group, but if you are looking for a more focused look please leave a comment below. If not, keep in touch and a close eye out for more free stock photos within the near future. Thanks!
Hi there!, Welcome back to this weeks blog post by Jennifer’s Visual Design. Today I am showcasing an inspirational photo shoot I was able to accomplish this past week for a possible magazine cover. I am a huge Jeep fan, and in this cover shoot I was able to photograph an astonishing 2015 Jeep Wrangler Sport Unlimited addition with amazing amenities (which is one of my many dream vehicles). Below are a few of the images I acquired from the shoot that I am pleased to show anyone and everyone.
Thank you for visiting this weeks blog post, and I hope to see you back again next week!
Hi there! This week’s blog post is to help you with picking out some appealing imagery for your blog, design work, or anything that you need that includes imagery for the up and coming holiday of Thanksgiving. I have generated a list of my top 10 go-to thanksgiving imagery that are all under (you better believe it) $10! Yes, that is right, $10! Super cheap, and very creative imagery that will not break your wallet. Yay!
1.Pumpkin pie with a very gorgeous white wooded background that gives a great perspective of what is to follow after the grand meal of only $8
2. A cute place setting for the thanksgiving meal that is decorated upon a rustic backdrop, with a cost of $8
3. Pumpkins, Apples, and Nuts for a uniquely natural Autumn concept that only costs $8
4. Who doesn’t like a creative inspired place setting on this big holiday event? This cute little place setting helps bring out the thankful feast in any inspired way with a cost of $8
5. A very unique feel towards this Autumn inspired holiday with a rustic Indian corn and brown fall leaves to give a little perk up before this cheerful holiday for only $5
6. Some more amazingly delicious Pumpkin and Pecan Pie that are still within there bakery boxes, but ready to be devoured upon after the thankful feast of $10
7. Who likes Cranberries? This particular image displays a wonderful ceramic saucepan that is gracious filled with a large amount of cranberry sauce upon a rustic wooden backdrop that will not break your wallet at only $5
8. Yes, another place setting but with a totally different feel. The orange and black color scheme helps bring a different feel to any style worth presenting upon the thankful day for only $7
9. A creative little selection of measuring spoons full of spices that bring out the over all Thanksgiving spirit with only being $8
10. Last but not least, is a image worth a thousand colorful words. A definite Autumn inspired image that is enhanced with the colors of fall, and apply decoration upon a wooden rustic backdrop for only $8
I hope that any or all of these images will help you with expressing your Thanksgiving day on any creative design output. Please, leave a comment below and show me how you used these creative images for your thankful day. Thanks!
Hi there! Glad to see you back again this week. I want to start out by saying congratulations too Mr. & Mrs. Palmer on their ultimate rainy day wedding, that turned out to be magnificent! The location for their beautiful wedding was a scenic nature preserve that was surrounded by a luscious wooded forest here in Indiana on Route 5.
I am sharing a few of the images that I was able to capture during this lovely rainy day wedding that expresses their over all essence of these two’s wedding day love and bliss.