I have been getting a lot of calls from people that are tired of seeing photos of their executive staffs, business owners, and team members displayed on their websites in gallerys of unflattering images shot over the last 10 years with a mix of poor technique and different backgrounds.
Recently I secured a contract to produce the photographs for the Orange District Attorney’s Office Biannual Report. I have done a few jobs for the County of Orange and was looking forward to being involved with this particular group…. They are actually a fun group of people. We spent a morning photographing law enforcement doing a lot of mock chases, take downs and arrests.
Recently I invested a few thousand dollars on additional lighting equipment and it got me thinking about photography equipment in general. There are many differences between a professional photographer and amateur – one of them being the tools that they bring to the job, having the right tools and knowing how to use them makes all the difference in the world.
Professional Photography Post Production There are several steps that take place after the photo shoot. The time professional photography post production consumes can range from fifteen minutes to several hours. Depending on what needs to be accomplished. For my clients, this time is generally accounted for in the cost of the photo shoot. That is…
There are two main categories that corporate portraits fall into, the standard head and shoulders photo and then the “personality” photo. We do both at Andy Templeton Photography, but have noticed a trend that more corporate portraits are storytelling/personality photos.