Good clients are so important to small businesses like photography.  It pays to take the best possible care of them.  Arcadian Productions certainly qualifies as a good client, and I do my level best for them every time.  It’s a partnership that works.

April 26th, 2017 Arcadian created this gorgeous environment for the Teddy Roosevelt Conservation Partnership, another partnership that works.  In addition to the dinner, there were fundraising auctions in an area curtained off from the dining, as you’ll see.

The highlight of the evening may have been the presence of two celebrities pretty much at opposite ends of the political spectrum but equally vested in promoting conservation and awareness: Tucker Carlson and Rachel Maddow

These photos were created prior to the arrival of most guests, in order to show off the work done by Arcadian.  If you want to see more of the event itself, visit   https://www.501auctions.com/trcp/?mobile=0

Arcadian Productions at the Andrew W. Mellon Auditorium

 


For the very best photography for your corporate event, fundraiser or advertising, call Jeff Behm Photography at 724-730-8513 or email jeff@jeffbehm.com.   Visit www.jeffbehm.com to see more of Jeff”s work.

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The best part about being really busy is how incredibly satisfying it is to be fully preoccupied with doing something you love.  That part’s great, no doubt.

The worst part?  I don’t have time to keep up with the blog posts.  Not so good.

Allowing time out for a vacation, followed by a slight delay in an upcoming assignment, there might be a little time to play catch up now.

Certainly, I don’t want to overlook photos for Towson University’s Fisher College of Science & Math and their graduating seniors.  It was a great event, full of happy students, parents and family in celebration of loved ones receiving their degrees before stepping out into the adult world.  It’s not my usual work, but I was pleased to be part of it.

 

 

 

 


Jeff Behm Photography provides advertising photography for businesses, as well as corporate events and headshots for business people, actors and artists.  Our areas of specialization are food and jewelry.  Call 724-730-8513 to learn how we can assist your business.

 

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If you manufacture, distribute or sell items considered to be jewelry, you know you’re dealing with some of the oldest personal style and status statements in humanity’s history.  You also realize that desirable jewelry requires creativity, costly materials, great skill, long hours and meticulous workmanship.  These are the reasons for the perceived value of your products.

Jewelry is also one of the more difficult subjects to photograph well.  Taken together, these statements are the reason to be very careful in selecting the photographer to whom you entrust photography of your precious creations.

Jeff Behm Photography, for excellence in photographing jewelry

 

Jewelry: one of the most difficult subjects to photograph well.

Decades of Jewelry Photography experience.

At Jeff Behm Photography, our decades of experience is completely at your service and to your benefit.  We are professional, discreet and prompt.  We are also insured, and have no problem with special coverage for extraordinary occasions.

Focus Stacking?  Yes, we do!

Look through our gallery of photography for artists, artisans and merchants all across the eastern United States.  Then, give us a call at 724-730-8513 or email jeff@jeffbehm.com to discuss your needs.  Talk to you soon!!

Call 724-730-8513 or email jeff@jeffbehm.com

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Among the many interesting products I get to photograph are these gorgeous hand-tooled leather handbags from AdamAlexis.  Imported from Mexico, they are a continuation of the fine craftsmanship established in that country going back hundreds of years with carved leather saddles.  Unlike the more common stamped products that can be mass produced cheaply and sold as if the products were comparable or even similar, each of these is hand-cut by masters in leather carving, preserving the art and a centuries old way of life worth validating, still, today. 

I want to be sure to mention our wonderful models, Erika, Rhiannon, and Sasha.  They did excellent work in presenting the many different looks available.  Rhiannon and Sasha can be reached through Deanna Hemus at DivineLive on Facebook.

Take a look and enjoy.

Need to advertise your products and want photography of the highest order?  Whether that be for handbags, furniture, food or jewelry, call Jeff Behm Photography at  724-730-8513 or email us at jeff@jeffbehm.com

 

 

 

 

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