Rick McEvoy Photography
United Kingdom, Poole
I am Rick McEvoy, and I am a photographer, blogger and podcaster based in the UK but with a global audience.
Photography, architectural photography, construction photography, real estate photography, photography educator, photography podcast, photography blog, photography tips
I am professionally qualified in photography, being an Associate of the British Institute of Professional Photography (ABIPP), and also a Member of the Chartered Institute of Building (MCIOB).
I have a unique range of experiences of the built environment from my construction and photography careers along with being professionally qualified in both professions.
I specialise in architectural photography, construction photography and real estate photography. I work for architects, contractors, consultants, construction companies, developers, property owners and real estate agents. I work on single, bespoke commissions and have many repeat clients. I specialise in building construction and the photographing of the built environment.
I help clients get the photos that they need of their buildings and construction projects.
I am fully equipped to work on live construction sites, and have the current qualifications that allow me to safely work on construction sites.
I also teach photographers how to take better photos of buildings, and how to make money from taking photos of buildings. My teaching is based on my personal experiences, and I share these experiences to help other photographers learn from my mistakes.
I have a photography blog, where I publish a weekly post about something related to photographing the built environment. I also have a You Tube channel where I talk about my blog post and add something a little extra.
I have a course titled “How To Become A Real Estate Photographer”, where I teach photographers everything they need to know to get started in real estate photography.
I am highly skilled in Lightroom, which I also teach on my photography blog. I have been using Lightroom since it first release.
I have highly refined workflows for image capture, processing and data management which I share with my audience.
I teach photography in plain English, telling photographers what I know based on my own personal experiences. I tell photographers the things that they need to know, and also what they do not need to know, to help them save time and money.
I have an email list and share my thoughts weekly on an email which I send to my subscribers.
I encourage photographers to get out more and take photos, and to take better photos every time.
I am the creator and all things at the Photography Explained Podcast.
And I am a nice chap too!