Recently we reported a day’s photography at Exeter Civic Centre that included:
Studio headshot photography
Staff documentary photography
Photography of technology
Photography of meetings
In this day we were able to record documentary style records of people at work as well as studio quality portraits.
Setting Up A Location Studio
Whilst great portraits can be taken on the fly with minimal gear nothing replaces the sheer quality that a well lit headshot can offer and again quality studio strobe lighting is an undeniable asset.
Although we have a bespoke headshot photography studio in central Exeter if an organisation has a large number of people who need headshots it may make more sense for us to take the studio to the client.
Generally the main requirement is a large space ideally with bit of height to get the lights above the sitter. Again ideally it is good to get the sitter away from the backdrop and a bit of distance between the camera and the sitter but these are not set in stone rules.
As mentioned previously, with planning clients can gain a good depth of imagery from a single shoot.
Gallery of Headshot Photos Taken on Location
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