Category Archives: Commercial Photography

This page is dedicated to my commercial photography. It contains a series of images and associated blog posts where I give the backstory to the photo and the techniques I used to create it. In most cases there will be a link to my gallery where you can purchase a copy. I offer a wide array of sizes and finishes for you to choose from. If you are in the greater Houston, TX, USA vicinity and are interested in hiring me for your commercial photography project then please make your request through my contact form.

George R. Brown Air Vents – Daily Photo

For today’s photo I chose an image of one set of air vents at the George R. Brown Convention Center in downtownView full post »

Jamestown Windmill – Daily Photo

The Jamestown Windmill is a 30-foot tall smock mill built in 1787. If you’re passing through Jamestown, RhodeView full post »

Pump It – Daily Photo

Pump It, not the song by the Black Eyed Peas, but oil. When I was looking at this photo that song was runningView full post »

Daily Photo – BP Motor Spirit

I saw this old BP Motor Spirit sign at the Cotswold Motor Museum. Perhaps this image stood out to me today as IView full post »

Daily Photo – Tunisian Desert Sunset

This photo of a Tunisian Desert Sunset was taken in Tunisia – quel surprise! I only spent a couple of months inView full post »

Lady Be Good – Day 8, April 12, 1943

This is the last in my series of posts on the story of the Lady Be Good. Toner’s Diary: MONDAY, April 12, 1943 NoView full post »

Lady Be Good – Day 7, April 11, 1943

Continuing with my series of posts on the story of the Lady Be Good. Toner’s Diary: SUNDAY, April 11, 1943 StillView full post »

Lady Be Good – Day 6, April 10, 1943

Continuing with my series of posts on the story of the Lady Be Good. Toner’s Diary: SATURDAY, April. 10,View full post »

Lady Be Good – Day 5, April 9, 1943

Continuing with my series of posts on the story of the Lady Be Good. Toner’s Diary: FRIDAY, April 9,View full post »

Lady Be Good – Day 4, April 8, 1943

Continuing with my series of posts on the story of the Lady Be Good. Toner’s Diary: THURSDAY, April 8, 1943 HitView full post »

Lady be Good – Day 3, April 7, 1943

Continuing with my sequence of posts on the story of the Lady Be Good,View full post »

Lady Be Good – Day 2, April 6, 1943

For the second day, the eight members of the crew of the Lady Be Good that had formed up after bailing out continuedView full post »

Lady Be Good – Day 1, April 5, 1943

With the aircraft almost out of fuel and just flying on one engine, the crew of the Lady Be Good baled out into theView full post »

Lady Be Good – The Story Begins

Since I recently posted some detail shots of the Lady Be Good some of my readers have asked to see more of my imagesView full post »

ALCLAD 24S-T Markings on The Lady Be Good

At the request of one of my readers I’m posting three photos showing the ALCLAD 24S-T markings on the Lady BeView full post »

Daily Photo – The Fan Salesman

The fan salesman was just one of many river vendors who drew up alongside our boat was we cruised the Li River nearView full post »

Daily Photo – Charging Ahead

I didn’t take may photos when I was in Shanghai but ‘Charging Ahead’ is one of the few shots I didView full post »

Daily Photo – Hawkeye

I titled this photo ‘Hawkeye’ for fairly obvious reasons, and also based on my assumption that this is someView full post »

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