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How to… Interiors Photography

Recently I did interiors photography work with Greg Peters, Resilient Realty & Renovation. Greg became a client mid 2019. Prior to that time Greg was taking his own photos of the company real estate listings and remodeling projects but now has me take all of them. On this photoshoot, as with every architecture photoshoot I do, I talked with the project owner, in this case Greg, about what has been done in the space, what’s important to highlight, and…

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Virtual Staging Taking Drab to Fab

You ever run across that vacant property that is priced to sell but isn’t? Vacant properties don’t show as well as furnished homes… it’s a given. Worse yet… vacant property that need fresh paint and a homeowner that doesn’t want to or can’t spend money on paint and staging. You have tools at your disposal to help prospective buyers “see” the space in a more positive light. Solution… virtual staging and paint. I can help you take a dull…

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Milwaukee Area Real Estate and Architecture Photos from Feb 2018

Hi friends, these are my favorite real estate and architecture photography images from the Milwaukee and southeastern Wisconsin area that I captured in February 2018. Some images are from houses I photographed for my Realtor clients, some are from my builder and remodeling clients. It’s really a good mix of images from properties in all price ranges, from $100k bungalows to $2m estates. During February I photographed many properties for my clients, far too many to include an image…

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Real Estate Photography Residential

real estate photography in wisconsin

As a real estate photographer I always want to tell the story of a home and show it’s beauty and personality to potential buyers.  This Hartland Wisconsin home I photographed for Realtors Wendy Crawford and Heidi Niespodzany of First Weber Realty.

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Milwaukee River Water Frolics

Kayaks on the Milwaukee River at Night

The Milwaukee River provides the perfect avenue for boaters and those looking for great scenery in a downtown big city.  Cutting through downtown Milwaukee, Wisconsin it’s banks provide destination dining experiences and her waters provide great opportunity for those wanting to experience downtown Milwaukee from a wetter perspective. As day turns to night the after work crowd unwinds at the many dining and drinking establishments lining the river.   Video from the Milwaukee River

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Rushing to Sunrise

Milwaukee sunrise by James Meyer Photography

Sunrise in downtown Milwaukee, WI This was supposed to be a relaxing start to the weekend.  That was the plan.  Unfortunately, I got a late start and a late start to photograph the sunrise equals failure in many cases.  Driving south down I-43 towards downtown Milwaukee I kept looking to my left, east towards the lake and the rising sun.  With each passing moment the sky got a little brighter.  I had checked my The Photographer’s Ephemeris (TPE) app…

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MPTV Great TV Auction Featured Artist Interview

Inverview with Tiffany Pua of MPTV and James Meyer

What a great experience!  The MPTV Great TV Auction crew interviewed me at the Port Exploreum interactive museum in Port Washington WI on Friday, February 19, 2016. I’ve never done anything like this. Well, I did an interview with a local TV reporter a few years ago so I guess that’s somewhat the same but that was really an impromptu thing in which the Mayor called me up and asked if I could meet a Milwaukee TV News reporter…

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On The Edge

On The Edge by James Meyer Photography in Port Washington

“On the Edge” North Beach, Port Washington, WI., January 15, 2016 I call this shoot “On the Edge” as I was literally on the edge of Lake Michigan for all these shots.  At one point when some higher waves reached up and grabbed me.  On the Edge also refers the natural elements of these images.  The sea and land meet.  Temperatures rise and dive, dancing above and below the freezing mark. Shop Prints

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December Milwaukee Lakefront Walk

An unusually warm December in Milwaukee continued with highs around 50 degrees mid-month.  I couldn’t think of a better reason to take an early evening walk along the public path behind the Harbor House restaurant on the lakefront.  Only one couple was out at that time, otherwise the area was empty.  Too bad, it was a great night. Hope you enjoy the images.   Shop prints at my online gallery

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