Posts Tagged ‘photography’

Recent Business Headshots and Corporate Portraits

Business Headshot of Todd

While I create business headshots and corporate portraits for many companies in industries like finance, construction, engineering, and healthcare, I also help many people with their headshots as well. Some need to get a headshot done for the company they work for, many need portraits for their resumes and social networking profiles like LinkedIn. The thing I like about […]


Avenue Scholars Foundation

Commercial portrait

Being a commercial photographer I see my fair share of mundane photo assignments. Recently however, I’ve been able to work with several clients who are doing some great work in the community. One of those is the Avenue Scholars Foundation. We photographed several of the students for the annual celebration luncheon marketing material. The idea was […]


Retro Family Portrait

    There are many factors that come into play when making a portrait, whether for business, advertising, editorial or private commissions. One goal is to capture the subjects personality. The portrait below should provide an immediate impression of this family — certainly they like to have fun! No matching khakis and polo shirts here…  […]


Reasons to Consider Black and White Photography?

Black and white portrait of a girl

It’s Classic While Black & White photography may wax and wane in popularity, it’s never completely out of style. Every few years we see a resurgence in its use in advertising images. Abercrombie, the Gap,  and American express, to name just a few, have effectively used B&W in its ad campaigns over the years. You’ll […]


Featured Image: Santa Cruz Beach California

This will always be a favorite image of mine. The little girl was photographed (okay she’s my little girl) on the East Coast and the panoramic in the west Coast. Click for a bigger version.   BTW: If you haven’t signed up to be on my update list you can do it now Subscribe me!


Portrait of Eric

More information about  Corporate Portraits and headshots Philip Nealey is an Omaha Nebraska executive and corporate portrait Photographer and Photoshop expert . Posted via email from Philip Nealey


Airport Portrait Panorama

Over the summer I spent several weeks documenting a family in Chicago. We had only a few hours one day to get this shot of seven planes and the eight family pilots and their spouses. We came up with the idea on the day of the shoot so no pre-production. Three of the planes had […]


The Baker, Flour and Dough

Baker prepping work suface

Photo of baker flouring work surface by Photographer Philip Nealey


Portrait: Should I take off my glasses?

Many times people ask me if they should take off their glasses for a photo. I always tell them no– if your wearing glasses during the photo session most likely wear them all the time. When people take them off they are uncomfortable and they squint and in general are more uncomfortable. Glasses become a […]


Photo: Bennet Hall exterior

architectural building photography

architectural photography by Omaha Photographer Philip Nealey


Panoramics

Panoramic photos by Omaha photographer Philip Nealey