Welcome to New Orleans Photographer, Stephen Houser's website. Stephen specializes in photojournalism and portraiture. He offers services for special events and photo booth rentals. Take a look around at the galleries and notice that you can buy fine art prints from this site.
New Orleans City Park Dawn and Dusk and Details Being a firefighter means I have to wake up very early. I have gotten in the habit of driving through the park on my way home from work to check for conditions that would lead to great photos. I look forward to this time like no […]
I began taking Mugshots back in 2005. I was staying at my parents house in Oklahoma for a time and was going to the Red Cup Coffee Cafe on a regular basis to work on my computer. As always, I ended up making friends with the entire staff and regulars and started taking mugshots of […]
Back in 2010, when I first met my wife, Celeste, we realized we had a whole lot in common. Celeste owns a makeup boutique in New Orleans on Magazine St called Make Me Up!! Within only a few months of dating, we began hosting portfolio day workshops for models and makeup artists. The class is […]
Summer Pin Up Girl With Make Me Up and NOLA Chick Today at Make Me Up, we did a little photo shoot. I will not release all the photos yet, but the series is for our celebration of Shark Week. Lets just say, the photos will get more interesting the closer we get to Shark [...]
New Orleans Rain The Bowl Fills Up Quick As a New Orleans photographer, it is always good to have a backup plan for summer. Lately, we’ve been having a copious amount of rain and lightning. As wonderful as it is to have a photo shoot in one of our beautiful parks, on Magazine Street, or […]
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The Buck Moth Caterpillar (Hemileuca maia) is New Orleans Public Enemy #1. It likes to hang out in oak trees and sting you when you least expect it. It can also be quite painful for your pet, as I found out last month after a $200 vet visit for my dog. Look out for these […]
D-Day 70th Anniversary National World War II Museum, New Orleans, Louisiana New Orleans had a very important role to play in the D-Day landing. It was here that the Higgins Boat was created. The Higgins Boat was the vehicle that responsible for landing our troops on the beach on June 6, 1944. Originally called the […]
Bayou Boogaloo Bayou Saint John, New Orleans, Louisiana The Bayou Boogaloo is kicking off for the ninth time this year. The FREE music/food/craft festival, which lights up Bayou Saint John in Mid-City once a year, is probably my favorite local festival. So why wouldn’t you want to go?