"Hal and I have been working together for nearly two years and I can
say that, after working for decades with other outstanding
photographers in New York and Southern California, I found the
opportunity to work with Hal nothing short of serendipity. The
quality of his images and the ease with which we work together has
produced remarkable results. I am most pleased to recommend Hal Lott
for your next project. From architectural, products and food to
fashion assignments, Hal does it all with a great attitude to
complement his talent and experience."
- Dave Ohman
"Hal Lott is an outstanding photographer. As a field editor and stylist, I have worked with Hal for over 20 years on numerous photo shoots, including those for Southern Accents Magazine, Better Homes & Gardens' Special Interest Publications and many others. I can't tell you how many homes we shot - or how many covers we worked on, but I can say Hal is a consummate professional. Talent like his doesn't come along very often. We often made magic with "uncertain" locations and often Hal made our better locations truly special. I would recommend Hal to any company for any project."
- Joetta Moulden
Hal Lott is a slave to detail, focuses on all aspects of the job including marketing.
When it comes to photography, Hal covers the spectrum.
- Kirk James - James Graphics
Hal definitely knows which end of the camera to point at the subject. He also has a penchant for photographs that are well composed, properly exposed and in focus, all of which make him kind of a dinosaur these days.
When working with people, Hal is one part traffic cop, one part psychologist, and one part stand-up comedian. Everyone on the set usually ends up laughing and having a great time. Hal is incredibly thoughtful and organized. You would think these traits would be counter productive to the creative process, but they don't seem to have harmed him so far.
Perhaps Hal's greatest asset is his ability to see beyond the obvious, always looking for that little bit of magic that makes a shot unique. It might be the light, an expression, or just a different point of view. When he can't find it, he just shoots a lot of frames and hopes something comes out right.
- Paul Ambrose
Desert Dolphin, Inc.
Hal has a keen eye for finding the most interesting angle of any subject and capturing it.
He is the ultimate professional.
- Carol Burnham, GRI
Coldwell Banker Heritage House Realtors