I have been shooting for the motorcycle industry for more than 20 years. Web, magazines, that has been where my passion is & still is today, however I don't limit myself to just that. I've done food photography, models, cars, architecture, products, and so much more.
Please see a portion of my work along with the poster designs I do at https://www.jackmcintyrephoto.com/.
Jack is a professional who's extremely easy to work with. He's super dependable and has creative ideas. In short, he under promises and over delivers.
When I receive a photography request, I speak with the client, advise if the job is a good fit for my tools, or not, and if agreed I can handle the job, we proceed forward and arrange a date to shoot. I keep it very simple.
Photography makor, Penn State Universite 1984. However, my knowledge comes from 20 plus years as an event photographer.
There is no standard rate for my photography. I work with each client on their budget and sometimes will even barter a trade if their subject can expand my portfolio.
My love of motorcycles & especially the motorcycle events if what drove me to become a photographer.
I've worked with many magazines through the years, event promoters, car & motorcycle owners, many bacns & concerts, a few resturants, and more.
I recently shot the Daytona Bikeweek rally. My spring will be full of concert photography before heading out West to Sturgis SD for that motorcycle rally.
I know my equipment, how to use it to it's best, and I'm also highly trained in Photoshop so every image I edit is at it's best when finished.
I believe that anyone in need of a serious photographer needs to respect the knowledge of a photographer, review their equipment to make sure the camera it's self is a full format camera allowing the images to be expanded to any size needed.