BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) - Baton Rouge police are investigating a former employee of the Mary Bird Perkins Cancer Center on felony theft charges. Police says the former center's director of facilities allegedlymore>>
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The Jefferson Parish Sheriff's Office is investigating a deadly shooting in Marrero. The incident happened around 6:45 a.m. Thursday in the 6600 block of 14th Street. Officers arriving on the scenemore>>
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Jacksonville Real Estate Photographer, Wally Sears, turned his passion into a Chapter 2 career 6 years ago, at the bottom of the market. He has since built up a loyal following, and photographed over 3,600 homes.
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At the bottom of the real estate market, Wally Sears started to turn his passion for photography into a business. A mere six years later, he is the go-to, must-have real estate photographer in Jacksonville, FL having photographed over 3,600 homes. He photographs for real estate agents, interior designers, architects and builders.
“When I first started, I just wanted people to see the beautiful homes we have here in Jacksonville. No-one was buying; no-one saw the opportunity. It was 2008. I have always wanted to show a home in its best light. After all, no matter what I feel about it, it’s been and is going to be someone’s home.”
He shoots all over Jacksonville, FL – from Amelia Island to St. Augustine and all points in between. He has been flown into the Bahamas to shoot a sequence of high-end homes there. Similarly, an assignment of mountain homes in Colorado.
Wally Sears’ photographs are recognizable thanks to
- Clean, bright light
- Artistic composition, such that the shot is interesting regardless of the original purpose
- Spacious rooms that amply demonstrate any and all assets
His work regularly appears in local magazines; he is the principal photographer for the home profiles in Jacksonville Magazine. He is so busy nowadays that he is adding 2 new shooters to the team. Both will train extensively with Mr. Sears before being set loose on the Jacksonville marketplace; both consider photography as their own Chapter 2 career. For breathtaking images of some of Wally Sears’ fun project of late, please visit http://wallysears.com
About Wally Sears Photography:
Wally Sears Photography is based in Jacksonville Beach, FL. His work has been featured in lavishly illustrated, fancy coffee table books, magazines, marketing pieces, online and the New York Times. He can be reached at 904-610-9771, for bookings and further comment.
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Gulf Shores Police Chief Ed Delmore wrote a blistering open letter to Captain Ronald S. Johnson, who was given command of law enforcement operations following days of looting and rioting in the city.more>>
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