Sunday, October 3, 2010

Portrait Sessions in the Leaves, Fall 2010

The Aspens are changing color fast this year, now is your opportunity to have a portrait session in the Leaves! This offer is for Families, Couples, Troupes, Dancers, Models, High School Seniors, ANYONE wanting Fall Portraits in the Leaves! Great package options are available and being offered at the lowest price ever! for more information, please email us: or call (702) 366-5636 to book your session or more more information! Like the leaves, this offer won't last long, so call or email now! :)
the only thing missing in these images, is you! :)

Sunday, August 8, 2010

New "Fine Art" Business Card layout

Announcing the new "Fine Art" business cards for Glenn Brogan Photography! Let me know what you think of the design. More updates soon, including the revealing of the "Family" business card design and "Catching up with Glenn". Stay tuned... (our contact number has changed, the new number is: (702) 366-5636).
~ Glenn B.

Sunday, June 20, 2010

What could be better than spending Fathers Day w/ my Daughter! Steak, corn, & Jalepeno Poppers on the grill! Tonight... movie & s.shortcake!

Friday, June 18, 2010

Just left pinball museum w. My daughter now to the Flamingo "Nathan Burton show" a great way to spend a day in Las Vegas so far, what next?

Sunday, June 13, 2010

Enjoying the day in Esmerelda County.. A bit spendy (speeding ticket) but cool scenery. So far Goldfield is the place to be if out this way!

Tuesday, May 18, 2010

After the Show was Amazing tonite was over the top w/ Cabernet, the Shocker, & Matt Black, Bizarrro, etc. if you didn't go, you missed it!

Wednesday, May 12, 2010

In beatty,on the way to the RaceTrack in Death Valley! Stars are amazinf tonight! Can't wait to do some night sky shots and more rock trails

Sunday, April 4, 2010

Photo Credits

Dear Friends and Clients,

I have enjoyed years of working with you and I have enjoyed our shoots, putting together magical images, and seeing your enjoyment from the fruits of my labor.

I wanted, however, to bring up something that needs to be shared. As many photographers do, I have image coded each photograph I have ever taken. Those images are uploaded into a database, and it tracks where those photos, no matter how cropped, altered, or renamed, are used.

Out of curiosity, I opened this database report, and I was surprised to see that in over eighty percent of those usages, I was not given photo credit ( or, which is part of our contractual agreement.

I am very glad that you enjoy the images we take together enough to post and share them on the internet and I hope that you will continue to share them. However, when the subject fails to give photographer credit, it is much like bootlegging a CD for your friends of an artist you like. The photographer loses both a possibility to improve their exposure, as well as the potential future business due to an uncredited photograph.

Please, in your photos, credit your photographer, no matter who it is. And photographers as well, credit your subjects. If you have any questions, please contact me:


Glenn Brogan