San Francisco Architecture & Portraits for the Wall Street Journal

I had the honor to tell the story of this spectacular home and its lovely family for the print edition of the Wall Street Journal. Ed and Leslie not only opened their home, they allowed me to truly connect with their family…plus any shoot that includes the game Exploding Kittens is a win! 

Another unexpected delight: I shared a wonderfully compelling and collaborative day of shooting with the architect who designed this remodel, Jennifer Weiss. I’m grateful to have had this opportunity to work with a group of people who are so talented, gracious and committed to the pursuit of excellence. 

The Wall Street Journal has strict rules of journalism in place to protect its readers from manipulated photographs: NO compositing, NO dodging and burning and absolutely NO retouching. To get these results, we did all the heavy lifting in camera. You’ll notice that these photos are a little less polished than most of the images on my website – can you find the differences?

You can see more images from this shoot on here: 

San Francisco Architecture & Portraits for the Wall Street Journal

And you can see the article in the Wall Street Journal here: 

The Hipper Fixer Upper

Announcing Tyler’s Tips!

Tyler’s Tips is a weekly video series where I share ideas to improve your photography! You can see these tips on my website and on YouTube

Going forward, I’ll include my favorite video of the prior month in this newsletter. My goal is to make these videos compelling and high value, if you have a moment to watch and share your feedback, I’d be grateful. 

Tyler’s Tips Episode 1: Put The Camera Down!