Jeff uses ''The No-Technique Technique''
Does he use tricks? Of course. But Jeff's main trick is to so mask the technique that the observer isn't even aware of it. It's the subject that's the star. Whether it's a person, a room, an object, or a scene, when you look at a Jeff Freeman shot, you are taken by the subject, not the technique.
His portraits are so alive you feel as though you are right there talking to the person.
His interiors make you want to curl up in them. His food is so good you can taste it.
When you look at his landscapes you feel the air and hear the trees rustling.