JRN Photography LLC provides photographic services for a variety of events, including parties, corporate, weddings, etc. The two main services that JRN Photography LLC provides are event photography and photobooth rental. With a computer background, Jesse Nietzer will be able to work with you both on the photographic aspects and technological aspects (such as media presentation, live viewing of pictures, etc.) of your next event.
Jesse Nietzer has been taking pictures for over 10 years. He enjoys taking pictures of landscapes and nature but also takes excellent shots of people. He has been been the photographer for the Rutgers Snow Ball which roaised money for Jewish Family & Children’s Service. Also, Jesse has taken time to photograph for events for the Foster and Adoptive Family Services of New Jersey. Those events include the annual Walk-A-Thon and Christmas Party. This past summer, Jesse was the official photographer/videographer for Baptist Camp Lebanon in Lebanon, NJ. You can view his work from the summer here: http://www.youtube.com/user/BaptistCampLebanon. He enjoys being in the outdoors and using those settings to take beautiful pictures.
When photographing events, Jesse has a portable studio that he can set up. This includes lights, backgrounds and tethered shooting. Jesse also has the ability to print-on-site, where he can add custom masks to the photos and print up to three pictures per minute (4×6) at the event. Jesse is also able to produce composite pictures for Fraternities and Sororities, which he has done for the Pi Chapter of Mu Beta Psi at Rutgers University for the past five years. Other than event photography, Jesse also can take pictures of children and families outside, where he uses a candid method to get the best pictures possible. Look through the portfolio on this website to see some of what he has done.
Jesse is the Pastor at the First Baptist Church of South Plainfield. Jesse studied computer science at Rutgers University where he received a BS degree in 2010. In 2013, he graduated from Palmer Theological Seminary with a Master of Divinity. Photography is a hobby that he plans on keeping throughout his life and expanding as time goes on.