Photo by Skeebo specializes in corporate and business photography including real estate, industrial, restaurant and hospitality, and more. Services offered include professional retouched images of exteriors, interiors, products and services, and headshots of employees. He also offers photo restoration, bringing images back to life after they’ve been worn, faded, torn, or even suffered water damage. View the photo restoration portfolio.
Besides photography and video for your business, Skeebo also provides image retouching and photo restoration. If you have an older historic or family photo that has been damaged or has seen better days, contact Skeebo for a quote on bringing that photograph back to life.
Skeebo provides high-definition videos to suit the needs of your business. Whether you need instructional films for your staff, short promotional videos ready for social media, or testimonials from customers, Photo by Skeebo will bring the studio to you and deliver high-quality videos that make an impact. View examples of videos at the link below.
About Skeebo Reichert
Skeebo Reichert started his career in 1989 as a studio portrait photographer on the West Coast. He was soon promoted to studio manager and sole photographer of the Mission Viejo store location in California. After three years in the manager position, he increased the store’s gross income from $100,000 to $300,000. Shortly after he decided to pursue his career in photography as a sole proprietor of his business, Photo By Skeebo. He returned to his hometown of Temple, Texas, to be close to family.
During his time in California, his clients in the film industry included the MTV show, I Want a New Face – Posh Spice, the Movie Guide Awards at the Beverly Hilton Hotel, and the Fresh clothing line fashion shoot which featured Efren Ramirez, the actor who played Pedro from Napoleon Dynamite. He also photographed album art for national recording artists and headshots for actors in the L.A. area. His major business clients while in California included Systems Paving and Mission Pools.
Since returning to Temple in 2006, Skeebo built a client base to support local businesses and expanded services to include video. His inspiration for corporate photography brought a shift from his studio roots to focus on capturing businesses in their element. His mobile studio includes full lighting, backdrops, steady camera, vehicle mounted rigs, film-industry standard 12′ x 12′ diffuser, and Canon exclusive camera equipment. Software expertise includes DaVinci Resolve, Final Cut Pro, Adobe Creative Suite, Motion Graphics, and Compressor.
Skeebo approaches each project by drawing on his knowledge of cinematic history coupled with current filmmaking and storytelling methods to create impactful videos for digital marketing. His personal, compassionate commitment to building the success of his clients has earned repeat customers. Skeebo is dedicated to providing high-quality videos and photos that align with his client’s goals and accomplishments.
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I always enjoy working with the team at the Greater Killeen Chamber of Commerce. Here’s a look back at the 2022 Community Hero of the Year video. The award went to a champion for ending homelessness, Kyle Moore. I also had the pleasure of working with Dr. Robert Marbut on another documentary movie about homelessness. The No Address movie has all-star cast including William Baldwin, Beverly D’Angelo, Patricia Velasquez, Ty Pennington, Ashanti and more. Learn more about No Address.
I always enjoy working with the Greater Killeen Chamber of Commerce, and I had the pleasure of teaming up with them again to create videos for their annual Membership Banquet. These films include the Large Business of the Year Award, which was awarded to Advent Health Central Texas, and Small Business of the Year Award, awarded to Bite the Bagel Cafe. During the Winter Storm Uri, both found solutions to help their community, providing water, electricity, food and shelter to anyone in need. Advent Health solved a water pressure issue to make sure they had enough water to keep their facilities clean and sanitary. Staff also volunteered phones or tablets to anyone needing to reach out to their loved ones.
Hey, There Is An Election! I really enjoyed working with Richard Arwood recently in his mayoral campaign for my hometown, Temple, TX. No matter what the election is, I believe every candidate should have their platform heard in order to allow the voters to make an educated decision. There are quite a few videos in the series, but you can check out the one that really covers the meat of his campaign below: Although I also know and like the incumbent who won the election, I loved getting to know Arwood and his thoughts on Temple. Anyone who wants to improve our town is a great person to know! Whether you need a video for a campaign or to promote
Why does good sound quality matter for videos? You know that your business needs a boost, and creating videos that showcase what you do is a great way to start since YouTube is the #2 search engine after Google. It may seem easy to use your iPhone or even ask a friend with a nice camera or camcorder to help you out, but you might not know how to make sure your video has the best quality. Today we’re talking about why having good sound quality is important. Watch the video filmed by Photo by Skeebo below, or read on to catch the highlights. Hit play below to hear Skeebo explain why good sound quality matters for videos. The difference