Hey there people just did my first corporate shoot with a pleasant young fellow, who was eager to get shots of his face for his corporate card.
We went to his house to do a shoot I was a bit worry because I didn’t have a white screen for these kind of shots, luckily he had a room that was all white for some reason.
I used one light shooting through a white umbrella on a 45 degree angle at half power pointing at the subject slightly sitting on an angle from me. We did about 40 -50 shots of different angles it took us about half an hour. After that we did the paper work and got out of there.
Didn’t do much post work on the images when I put them on my computer the client wanted it as natural as possible. Only things I did to them was enhance the color and take out some blemish on the skin. After I show the client the best images that came from the shoot and he pick the one he wanted for me to send to his job. Overall an easy shoot and a step in the door to shooting more corporate in the future. Here are some of the samples. He pick the first one for his corporate card.
Hey everyone my recent shoot I did was with a young lady who wanted me to shoot her doing her pilates exercise, we use two lights for this shoot to get some shadows and strong light on her.
We did a lot of different angles with the light to see what shot emphasis each exercise. We shot just after lunch even if it didn’t look like it, I had my fstop around f11 to f16 with my shutter speed at 250 most of the time and my iso up to 200 or 400. My two lights were on full power giving the impression we were shooting at night.
We did about 150 shots, a good amount to look through. Here are some of the samples.
Hi there want to share a recent shoot I did with a model for my sport series, it was my first one and for a guy who’s done a lot of shoots I was a bit nervous.
I did a bit of research before the shoot, which every photographer should do. I already had a plan on my diary of what I wanted to shoot, what poses and what angle of my lights would be setup. Some advice for inspiring photographers its better to have a plan then show up to a shoot without one. Trust me I’m talking from experience. It doesn’t mean you can’t change it anytime it’s just better to have something solid you can start with then twink it why you’re shooting.
We did a lot of shots with different angles seeing how the light hit the model in different angles always keeping in mind how I wanted the post work on my Photoshop to go.
During the shoot we had to battle the wind and then the rain quite are interesting but fun time. The shoot lasted an hour a half.
This is what we produce it’s not perfect but its a start.
Hey people welcome to 2012, I hope you guys are excited as me and looking forward to the new year and challenges that it offers.
Setting your goals for 2012 or having resolution is great, but saying and doing it is two different things.
Start with a clarity on what you what to achieve never lose focus of it and then take the necessary steps to achieve it.
Remember the only thing standing between you and success is the will to merely to try it and the faith to believe its possible