- Jay Goodrich Photographer Inc.Photographer and Writer, 2006 - presentFormally trained as an architect, now utilizing my knowledge of design to produce compositions with strong graphic elements. Searching out some of the greatest locations our world has to offer via planes, trains, automobiles, skis, and bicycles. Looking for new approaches and angles to produce images for editorial and commercial clients that attempt to rise above the mundane. Authoring the complete package from concept to execution with text and photographs for specific subjects, locations, and ideas.
Jay Goodrich is an internationally published adventure photo journalist living in the mountains surrounding Jackson, Wyoming.
He spends six months out of the year traveling the world creating stories about riding bikes on dirt and skis on snow. Recent clients include Audubon, Bike, Dirt Rag, National Geographic, Outdoor Photographer, Powder, The Sierra Club, and many more.
In addition, he is a contributing photographer and writer to Powder, The Ski Journal, Backcountry, Bike, Dirt Rag, and Outdoor Photographer magazines.
Jay teaches about a dozen photography workshops in North America each year, in addition to leading photographers to some of the most remarkable international destinations on the planet (https://jaygoodrich.com/workshops-tours/).
His work is represented by Tandem Stills + Motion. Things that make him happiest are his wife, kids, and really expensive tequila. You can make donations to...
Web : jaygoodrich.com
And if you are looking to improve the quality of your photographs, download Jay’s free photography tune-up ebook at: https://jaygoodrich.com/product/photo-tune-up-ebook/
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New Website Design Service for Photographers
Adventure photojournalist launches new concept in website design that puts the focus on the content
September, 30, 2015 - Adventure Photojournalist Jay Goodrich announces Wp Photo Websites, a website design service specifically geared towards photographers and artists.
Jay Goodrich created this new business service as he searched for a way to highlight his own photography brand on the web. The thought process was to discover a way to connect every component of what he sold in a simple, modern, website design that didn’t carry a bunch of associated fees with it.
The Wp Photo Websites model features pre-built website designs within tiered pricing levels that provide added options for each higher tier. All of the pre-built designs aim at putting the focus on the content of the photographer/client by maintaining simplicity within their look and feel. In addition to the pre-built design options, the company offers a custom option for those who want something entirely their own. Wp Photo Websites does not capture monthly service fees from the client, nor do they take a percentage of the photographer’s future revenue generated their website. All of the Wp Photo Websites modern designs are running on the FREE WordPress (wordpress.org) content management software, so clients aren’t locked into a proprietary management system. The service provides the client with an almost limitless option package from now into the foreseeable future.
You can find out more from their website https://wpphotowebsites.com/
Contact: Jay Goodrich, PO Box 6967, Jackson, WY, U.S.A., 83002
Tel: 1 (970) 376-8883
Email available at: https://wpphotowebsites.com/contact/
The natural beauty and scenic wonder of the Tetons, and the surrounding regions including Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks, presents unparalleled grandeur, and draws more than 4 million visitors a year. For the committed outdoor photographer, dozens of high quality workshops are offered year round, though it can often be difficult to find a workshop that meshes with your availability.
We created Teton Photo Workshops to be your central location for information regarding many of the photography opportunities being offered in the area surrounding Jackson Wyoming. Workshops, seminars and tours are all available to photographers, as well as “classroom” opportunities to become more familiar with Adobe Photoshop Lightroom CC and other photo editing software packages.
Teton Photo Workshops is not only a destination for the information you need to research and sign up for an enjoyable and challenging opportunity to increase your photography skills, but you’ll find links to the many quality restaurants, hotels and the best coffee in the region. We’ve even provided links to get the latest weather information! Everything you need to create the perfect photo trip can be found here.
You’ll also find opportunity and value year round here at Teton Photo Workshops; from insider information on the best places to eat and sleep, to ski or rent a bike. A little research here will yield big dividends. And returning Teton Photo Workshops workshop clients qualify for our discounted workshop pricing!
Much like the changing weather, our plans include regularly updating Teton Photo Workshops to reflect the constantly changing workshop offerings in the region, and we are adding regular updates to the Local Resource Guides to provide up-to-date information that will ensure your trip will be stress-free.
We encourage you to have a look around, sign up for our newsletter, and feel free to ask questions and of course, sign up for one of our many workshop opportunities. We even offer spur-of-the-moment options to meet the constantly changing schedules of today’s crazy world.
We look forward to seeing you at one of our many photo offerings soon … http://tetonphotoworkshops.com/
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