Tuesday, January 22nd, 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm


This course is designed to teach the fundamentals of photography so that you can get better pictures for your inspection reports.  Photography is full of compromises that can make getting clear pictures to convey issues difficult.  Even today’s automated cameras can be adjusted or tricked to overcome most of these compromises that are inherent in photography, and this course will provide tips on how to do this.  Sharper and clearer pictures can improve the information your report provides to your clients.  The camera can also be used to replace a notepad and this course will show you how.  Camera features and selections will also be covered.


Gregg Allen, ACI


Gregg Allen, ACI, has been a home inspector since 1997, first working with another home inspector and then independently since 2003.   He also has been involved in the home construction, remodeling and repair industry since 1989.  Early in his inspection career, he was also building houses in between home inspections.  Photography has been a hobby of his since he was a teenager.  In the 1980s, he worked at a retail camera store, where he got lots of hands on experience with cameras and camera equipment.  His love of gadgets means that he followed the transformation from film photography to digital photography.  Gregg began including pictures in his reports in early 2003.  Gregg started volunteering at the ASHI Georgia Chapter soon after joining and has, over the years, produced the Chapter Newsletter, served on several committees and served on the Board of Directors, including as President in 2014.