Glenn is a local realtor and an avid cyclist. I created this sports portrait just before Glenn rode from Seattle, WA to Portland, OR to raise money for the Children’s Justice Center. Glenn raised over $2500.
We created this group photo in the conference room of this law firm. The partners wanted make use of the wonderfully warm wooden wall. We also created the attorneys’ head shots with the same background.
Here is Kevin again. I had seen him train several times and I was always impressed by the intensity in which he trains. I had been wanting to photograph him while he was using his parachute. I never want to rely on my subject for the strength of the photograph so in this case I wanted to shoot at a beautiful track location and I wanted to shoot as the sun was setting. I got my wish. In addition to the low setting sun, we set up 4 additional lights. Kevin warmed up and got into position. He made three passes into or designated shooting space. I was able to get 9 shots before the sunlight. That was all we needed!
Here is an image I shot of Kevin, who you will see in the 2016 Olympic games. This was the first time I had photographed him. I will add other images of Kevin in later posts. For this shot, we went to the track of Columbia River High School, his school’s crosstown rival. I added a bit of blue light in the background to add a bit more of Kevin’s school colors.
For this business head shot we brought our studio equipment to our client’s location. Set up took about 30 minutes, shooting took 30 minutes, and packing up lasted 30 minutes. A total of 90 minutes on location and our client’s office was back to normal.
Joanne is a graphic designer that I’ve know for quite some time. Follow the link to read more about Joanne’s Business Portrait.
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