Tag Archives: Business Portraits

Engaging portraits – Sample 5

 In a previous blog “Engaging Portraits” I talked about unique lighting for each portrait. In the beginning, near everyone starts out with the same body

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Engaging Portraits – Sample Four

 In a previous blog “Engaging Portraits” I talked about unique lighting for each portrait. In the beginning, near everyone starts out with

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Engaging Portraits – Sample Three

 In a previous blog “Engaging Portraits” I talked about unique lighting for each portrait. In the beginning, near everyone starts out with

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Engaging Portraits – Sample Two

 In a previous blog “Engaging Portraits” I talked about unique lighting for each portrait. In the beginning, near everyone starts out with

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Engaging portraits – Sample One

 In a previous blog “Engaging Portraits” I talked about unique lighting for each portrait. In the beginning, near everyone starts out with

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Engaging portraits

Are the tools of the trade being engaged?

When you talk to somebody about portraits they mention the camera used, the focal length of the lens, and the aperture. Seldom, if ever do they mention the light. Without the light the camera and lens do nothing.

There is more than one kind of light.

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Introducing “The Entrepreneur”

You’re an entrepreneur.

You are not salesperson, although you make sales happen. You are not an administrator, yet you have your finger on the pulse of the whole organization. You’re creative and you make things happen. You solve problems for others and make their lives

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Who is your portrait really meant for?

Who is your portrait ultimately for?

Heather called for an update.

I photographed Heather about 8 years ago when she needed an image for her business on line presence (Assante Wealth Management)

We set a time. I checked her office to make sure of lighting and available space. The day of

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Proud of what I do

Feeling Proud – Yes I have to admit my head maybe swells a little when I see portrait I created as big as a bus.

I am proud of the fact that the skin tones are real not orange or pale and washed out. I am proud that my years of training allows

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Business Portrait vs. Portrait for Business

This week I completed another successful portrait for business. That’s not the same as a business portrait.

A business portrait is generally a head shot that artistically illustrates, in a flattering way, the subject who is in business, whereas, a

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