Author Archives: Jim Reardan


The Business Value of a Good Headshot

Like it or not, the quality of your headshot says much more about you than you might realize. In particular, I’m referring to the quality of the photograph you use as: your profile image for […]

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Flying with Dave

One of the items on my bucket list was to sit in the co-pilot’s seat of a small, private plane. And be offered the chance to actually fly the plane. Not for an entire flight, […]

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The WORK of Professional Photography

In an effort to help customers understand professional photography pricing, I’ll be writing some posts to explain the work involved in producing contracted photography products and services.  The pricing formula is based on three basic […]

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The Amarillo Panhandler

Back in late 2013 and the first half of 2014 I was working as a contract business analyst for Golden Spread Electric Cooperative in Amarillo, TX. Although my home was in Parker, CO, at the […]

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Michigan Central Station

It sits about 150 yards back from Michigan Avenue and stands defiantly, looming over Corktown and the skyscrapers to the north. Built in 1912, it was, at the time, the tallest railroad station in the […]

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The Castle Rock of Castle Rock

The town of Castle Rock is named after the Castle Rock butte which sits just north of downtown Castle Rock. You can see the butte from many angles and each view offers a different perspective. […]

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The Lone Tree Leaf Bridge

Designed by Fentress Architects, the Lone Tree Leaf Bridge is a controversial bridge that spans Lincoln Avenue about halfway between Yosemite Street and Park Meadows Drive in Lone Tree, Colorado. Built as a pedestrian bridge, […]

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Dust Bowl Relics

Most people traveling across the North American Great Plains speed past these relics on their way to somewhere else. From Kansas City to Denver, Denver to Dallas, or Dallas to Saskatoon, the Great Plains are […]

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