Since 2008 I’ve been creating photography collections which include landscapes, portraits, and places I’ve been fortunate to visit. I stylize images through color, tone, and compositing in ways that evoke some kind of insight or emotion. Occasionally I plan out my series but most have happened over time.

Professionally I photograph weddings, senior portraits, and other portraits. I use professional-grade equipment and off-camera lighting for high-end results. I specialize in environmental portraits with enhanced visuals & effects. When I work with clients I always include retouching and hand over high-res files.

I help professionals and educators centralize their information in one place so they can get more done. Using the power of Notion, I specialize in creating personalized dashboards that display notes, spreadsheets, metrics, projects & tasks all in one place, which facilitates better collaboration and creativity.

About Me

Jordan Ewert

Jordan Ewert

Since I was young, I have always loved drawing and creating designs. My interest in photography began in high school. During my senior year, my art elective class introduced me to a 35mm camera. Photography allowed me to combine my imagination with the near perfect-detail captured on film. I remember spending a lot of time in the darkroom experimenting with double-exposure and blending techniques.

My first digital camera arrived during Christmas of 2007, and not long after that photography became my obsession. Since I could now use digital tools I knew I could create faster and with better results. During my college years I experimented taking pictures of people, places, and scenes that caught my interest, and it was thanks to my friends who encouraged me to keep experimenting and improving that I learned so much. In 2009, I launched Jordan Ewert Photography and have since been fortunate to have worked with hundreds of clients ranging from artist & musician profile pics, to senior portraits to weddings.

More recently, I have become an advocate of Notion, which is billed as the “all-in-one” web/app, to manage both my personal and professional life. Like building Legos for adults, it combines notes, tasks, and Excel-like databases in one place, offering practical ways to view information in a completely personalized digital workspace or dashboard. I help others and provide resources on how to use Notion in practical ways.

Recent Posts

Thank you for visiting my website. I keep a journal where I write about my recent photography and share Notion insights and resources.

A group of people gathered around Cavern Falls in Hocking Hills, Ohio

July Family Vacation: Exploring Caves and Waterfalls

The last week of July for me was special. After my recent solo travels to Minnesota, I was able to ...
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Overlooking the Mississippi River from the Guthrie Theatre Overlook, Minneapolis MN

Traveling back to My Hometown and Visiting Friends

In mid-July, I took a personal vacation and visited friends from my hometown of Austin, MN, as well as the ...
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3EP2 Album Cover

How To Start Creating Composite Images

Blending images together to create something altogether different is a huge skill. There are some things to consider if you ...
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Rolls Royce Parked Outside of the Fisher Building, Detroit

Detroit Photo Walk, no.2

On Saturday, Oct. 8 I joined other photographers on a #satphotowalkdetroit, where we started at the Fisher Building in New ...
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Group of people as a silhouette walking into a colorful area outside

Detroit Photo Walk, no.1

On Saturday, April 23 I broke out my camera and met up with over a dozen other members of the ...
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A redhead young woman peering over the balcony of a high rise building overlooking Detroit

Gerard and Danni

The other night I met with my friend Gerard near Riverside Skatepark near the Ambassador Bridge in Detroit. I’d never ...
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