Posts by: jeremy
New video from Google released today, promoting Google Business Photos!
I’ve been wanting to go to Eastern State Penitentiary for a long time… and now I got my chance: shooting a Google virtual tour! View Larger Map If you haven’t ever heard of Eastern State Penitentiary, allow me to give you a bit of abbreviated history. It was the world’s first true penitentiary when it opened in 1829. In the 140+…read more →
I’d been hoping that somebody would shoot a virtual tour for TWiT and I finally got my wish. Tertius Carstens, a fellow Google Trusted Photographer, shot the Brick House studio this past week and published the tour yesterday. It is an interesting virtual tour, especially if you are a fan of TWiT, but the most interesting part is that they…read more →
A bunch of pics (and one video) from some quality time I spent yesterday with a friend's Nissan GT-R.
Story about us today in the Reading Eagle newspaper! The search-engine giant’s newest program offers a low-budget marketing option for small businesses. By Terry Scott Reed Reading Eagle correspondent Google keeps adding new business-friendly features i…
I’ve been having a lot of fun helping local businesses with Google Business Photos shoots lately, so I thought I’d share one of my favorites: Audi of Wynnewood. View Larger Be sure to check out the $200,000 Audi R8 in the front corner of the dealership!
Some Easter photos I took of my daughter
I’m proud to announce that Bazooka Photo is now the first (and only) Google Trusted Photographer in Pennsylvania. What does this mean? Well, Google began an initiative recently to bring Street View technology indoors with Google Business Photos. The process of creating these virtual tours can only be performed by a Google Trusted Photographer: a highly-trained, wildly-talented, well-equipped, and vigorously-vetted…read more →
A friend dropped by work yesterday with his Nissan GT-R. Far from an ideal shooting situation (bad background, direct mid-day sun, bad reflections in the shiny parts…and I only had my 10-20mm lens) but I took a few pics anyway. We're gonna set up a more formal shoot at a better location sometime soon.
Here’s the problem: You’re going to shoot an event this weekend. For the sake of this hypothetical example, let’s say you are shooting a wedding for Susie and Jeff. While you are at the event, you would like to distribute business cards including the web address of the gallery where the pictures will be (after you process them and upload…read more →