The Team 2017-12-05T10:39:04-05:00

Jim Kruger and Jon Huelskamp are Minneapolis commercial photographers who specialize in commercial and residential architectural photography.

About James Michael Kruger

Jim brings a blend of technical expertise and creative passion to his photography. His images are well composed and vibrant—they captivate the viewer and immerse them into the scene. His work stretches the boundaries of photography, blending his traditional photographic skills with strong digital technique on location and in the studio. With Jim, you can expect a relentless dedication toward getting the shot and creating an exceptional image.

An experienced professional photographer, Jim co-owns and manages LandMark Photography. He is an accomplished architectural, nature and travel photographer creating fine art and stock imagery. His images can be found in the Getty Images collections where he is a contributing stock photographer and on his website at kruger-images.com.

Jim is fun and easy to work with, his playful personality is an interesting contrast to his strong determination to create an exceptional image for his client.

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About Jon Huelskamp

Jon started shooting photography early in high school as a hobby. He attended St. Cloud State for photography and graphic design, where he also worked as the photography professor’s assistant in the photo lab. In 1996, he started LandMark Photography with Jim. Jon has been flying drones ever since they hit the market in 2012.

His hobbies include fishing, hunting, skiing, and woodworking. He loves spending time with his wife, Sherry and their two girls, Sieanna and Madison. Jon enjoys photographing wildlife, his hunting experiences and hunting dogs in action.

“After 20 years I still enjoy seeing and photographing the trends in the building industry and working with the new technology. Cameras, computers, drones, lenses, video, software. I’ve always been a right-brain thinker. Wondering what’s the next thing I can make with my hands. Photography is obviously a large part of my life, but when I’m not shooting I like to sculpt, draw, and make things. Wood decoys, concrete countertops, home DIY, furniture…there’s always something going on in my shop.”

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