Dan Routh Photography

(Photographs copyright 2020 by Dan Routh)

Commercial photographer based in Greensboro, North Carolina shooting advertising and editorial images for Fortune 500 and local clients. Photography of people, fashion, lifestyles, outdoor recreation, sports, travel, agriculture, heavy industry and construction, autos and auto racing. Studio and location. Photoshop, retouching, and digital image manipulation. Headshots and executive portraits. Location scouting, casting, props and production coordination for still photography. 

Certified FAA Part 107 Drone Pilot.

To view my portfolio, go to https://www.danrouthphotography.net/home

Although my photography business is based out of Greensboro, North Carolina, I am a Randolph County native and live on my family’s 120 acre beef cattle farm on Routh Road in Grays Chapel. A lot of my photography is done near my home, featuring family, friends, neighbors and local scenes. I grew up as the son of a dairy farmer/teacher and worked on the dairy until I left for UNC and a degree in Cultural Anthropology, and then Photography at Randolph Community College. 

Growing up in a rural farming community has had a profound effect on what and how I shoot. I have created a personal project of documenting my local community and the people that live and work in it. Many of those folks are farmers, or like myself have at least been raised to be. Because of this background in agriculture I have a special affinity for shooting farms and farmers, and understand who they are and what they do. If you have or are an ag client, give me a shout out. I’d love to work for you. Course, I’d love to shoot your other projects as well.

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