I love my studio, I have the space and equipment to create beautiful portraits. However, there are times when I’ve been asked to shoot on location. Especially if my client would like 30 employee’s photographed on the same day.
It’s allot more work to pack up, set up and tear down equipment. All I need is a little space is to do this for your business. Here’s a sample of how my studio on location looks. I’m glad it was a overcast day, as I was able to photograph towards the window. What you don’t see is I’m swished right up against a walls every way! It all worked out in the end, and here are a few samples of my work.
All the portraits taken will used for the company’s web site and social media. Some of the benefits of setting up a portrait studio on location is there’s not much disruption to the work day and all portraits are uniform in lighting and background. When’s the last time your employee’s had an update?