Corporate and business headshots are more important today than ever. Experiencing a revolution in off-site, virtual work environments , organizations have recognized the need for creating a unified, cohesive look, and a strong professional on-line presence for its work force. The flagship of that look is the headshot.
Responding to this need, we come equipped with portable studio lighting, high production values and a range of possible backgrounds and visual themes- and the ability to design new ones to fit any organization’s look and feel. On-location headshots can be arranged individually or in groups as large as fifty (or more) in a single day. Packages include digital proofing and careful touch-up of select images in post-production.
Sincere; direct; approachable– all are key emotional elements in a strong executive portrait. But these elements are only the beginning of an executive portrait session. Individual portrait sessions are created on-location, in a variety of styles to match the executive, the graphic standards chosen by the organization and the highest standards of portrait photography.
On-location executive portraits are booked individually, often with a stylist. Packages include digital proofing and touch-up of select images in post-production.
Trade show, Gala, Auction, Product Announcement, Team Building Offsite: corporate events are as varied as the businesses that rely on them but all have one thing in common: the energy that participants bring. Capturing that energy is the goal of an event shoot. Successful event photography will combine speaker photos, candids of networking participants, product and display photography, group shots and even- with advance planning- executive portraits.
Event photography is booked in half day, whole day and multiple day rates, and often requires two photographers to cover the combination of activities packed into the allotted time.
The Portland restaurant scene, made famous in the sitcom Portlandia, is a visual playground for some of the most exciting lifestyle photography imaginable. Lifestyle photography includes menu portfolios, featured food, wine and spirit presentation, venue ambience and candids of customers enjoying a dining experience.
Lifestyle photography is done in close cooperation with an establishment’s food stylist and head chef, on-location, often with models and volunteers playing the parts of guests. Careful advance planning is a must. Lifestyle photography is booked in half days or whole days.