Shooting in the studio may seem much scarier than it actually is. If you don’t have a friend who’s a photographer to tell you how it’s done, or don’t have an upcoming class, we’ll share the basics of a studio photoshoot. What is a daylight lamp? What is a honeycomb or a snoot? Is any of it necessary? Learn the answers to these questions and more.
In today’s digital age of social media, visual presentation is critical. This especially rings true in the job market where a professional-looking headshot can help you snag an interview or new clients. In this article, you’ll learn how to take a good business headshot, what props to incorporate, how to choose and coordinate your subjects’ wardrobe, and what to steer clear of. Let’s take a professional headshot that will help your subject sell themselves in the job market.
A powerful light source is an invaluable tool for photographers. Flash photography is commonly used in the studio, but also does its job outdoors and can drastically change the scene. The only problem is that the range of offerings is enormous and can make your head spin. We’ll walk you through the different parameters and specifications so you know what to watch out for and what you don’t need to worry about when it comes to choosing your flash.