I am not a huge fan of being on the wrong side of the camera, but for this shoot I had to be the lighting stand-in. So normally I have someone, anyone, stand in while I set up my lighting for a shoot. But I was alone in the studio which meant I had to […]
The environmental portrait photography shoot for Eric Schmidt from Wildlife Protection Solutions in Canada was challenging because a few hours after flying in so South Africa, he was heading off to a project up north. The shoot had to happen that morning.
Anne wanted some business headshot photography done in my studio and for moral support she brought along her daughter, Rumbidzai, who provided some posing encouragement from the sidelines.
I would obviously prefer to photograph an environmental portrait for my clients because they are visually more appealing and have more impact, but there is a lot to be said for a well lit, neutral backdrop portrait.
I got an urgent call from Susan from Litha Healthcare because she needed some portraits for a proposal being delivered later that day.
During a wedding photography meeting Nnamdi asked if I also do corporate portrait photography, specifically business headshots because he needed to get some done for his LinkedIn business profile etc.
The African Tax Administration Forum in Pretoria contacted me for corporate portraits of all their staff.
Anton presents financial courses to professionals and contacted me requesting a shoot for professional portraits that he could use on his website, for brochures and for adverts.
I am getting more and more requests for business headshot photography. Businessmen and women are realising that in order to stand out and be taken seriously, they need to look the part.
Company gatherings such as board meetings and training sessions are a great opportunity to have a corporate portrait or business headshot taken for your staff.