Dallas Corporate Photographer: Half Price Books CEO Sharon Anderson Wright With an obvious affinity towards the company, you can imagine my excitement when I was called upon for an assignment to photograph their CEO, Sharon Anderson Wright. I needed to get several portraits of her inside the walls of their huge flagship store, which is right off Northwest Highway in Dallas.
Doctor Portraits: Standing Out From the Crowd In an era where on-line marketing is king I have noticed as a Dallas corporate photographer that many doctors and practices are looking for imagery to put on their varies websites, Facebook pages and other social media websites. Many express this need as their sole need and may not even be looking to use them outside of the web. This is a pretty remarkable transition.
Portraits of The Greatest Generation A little while back, I had the opportunity as a Dallas photographer to make portraits with several gentlemen who were part of the Greatest Generation, military veterans of World War II. I was there to photograph Doug Dunbar, a news anchor for CBS 11 who is a big supporter of Honor Flight DFW, which has been helping send these vets to visit the World War II Memorial in Washington D.C. For his portrait, he wanted to be photographed with some of these heroes.
Flying High - Flight Attendant Portraits I ended up using the 70-200mm for all of the looks that you see in the post, and am really pleased. Emerson and I had a great time hanging out, and though she was not fully comfortable in front of the camera when we started, like so manysessions I do as a Dallas portrait photographer, she was posing like a total rockstar once we got going on her session. Also, with her personality, she had me laughing pretty much the entire time. Laughter is a great part of life, and it certainly makes for great shoots! Enjoy!
Attorney Portraits by Dallas Photographer Jason Kindig There are two factors that every Dallas photographer looks for in preparing for a shoot, and they are location and light. The right spot can make or break an image, and if you shoot something with poor light, it can completely take out the punch of an image. Fortunately Sisemore Childress has a great location right at their office. On the second floor of the building is a rooftop deck, and by walking around just a bit there is a perfect view of downtown Fort Worth.
Portraits of Rosie Moncrief by Dallas Photographer Every Dallas photographer has his or her own style, and I always work to make mine shine through in every image, no matter what I’m shooting. However, it is interesting to note that having a style doesn’t mean you always have to photograph in a certain way, but rather can adjust to your clients’ particular needs and tastes, as any craftsman should be able to do. This is something that is developed by a Dallas photographer through time and experience.
Top 5 Corporate Photography Myths Corporate photography is essential to the presentation of your company. These days with all of the various types of media, especially websites, corporate photography is a must. You want to present your company as honest professionals, who offer a high quality products or services to each and every one of their customers. One of the best ways to get yourself and/or your products out in the market is through corporate photography.
Dallas Photographer shoots Vintage Swimwear One of the first decisions I make before a shoot like this is to determine the lighting style. After checking out old images, I noticed how they were shot a lot in direct sunlight, which I’m sure was to make sure there was enough light for proper exposure. I decided to mimic this look for my shot, and reflect back in a little fill light.
Dallas Corporate Photographer, Dallas Lawyer Portraits With these portraits, the concept from the beginning was to get corporate portraits with a relaxed feel of all the attorneys together, while making sure that the architecture was prominently displayed throughout. While some images were a bit more formal, the overall goal was to keep from looking too stiff. The walls had great texture and color, so we leveraged that along with the furniture and glass windows and doors to create several great portrait situations. The creative look of the office certainly made things fun for me as a Dallas corporate photographer, as I had a lot more depth and texture to play with.
Dallas Corporate Photographer Offers Professional Clothing Tips There are multiple factors in a successful corporate or commercial shoot, with clothing and styling being some of the most important. The way certain colors and textures show when photographed by your Dallas corporate photographer can have a major impact on the outcome of your photography, which in turn affects the impression you have on clients and potential clients. Below are a few tips to help make the most of your photo shoot.
Dallas Photographer, Judie Byrd's Cookbook! Any way, back to Judie. She wanted a shot that was fresh and contemporary, with great color and personality, and we did all of the shots in her kitchen. The cool thing about Judie’s home is that I always feel like I have just walked into my grandmother’s house, and for some reason, just like my grandmother's house, I never leave on an empty stomach. Oh the joys of being a Dallas food photographer.
Dallas Photographer, World Series Gala Portraits For the portrait of Mr. Ryan and Mr. Greenberg, I knew that I would have a few minutes at the most; so planning was essential, as was portability, since I didn’t know where I was going to shoot until we arrived, and guests were already making their way inside.
Dallas Photographer, hanging with Chuck Greenberg Unless you’ve been living under a rather large rock, you’ve probably heard how well the Texas Rangers are doing. You’ve also probably heard about Chuck Greenberg, who along with Nolan Ryan purchased the Rangers ball club in August, and together, they have taken them to new heights. Mr. Greenberg is the managing partner and CEO of the Rangers, while Mr. Ryan remains team president.
Doctor Portraits, Babies and Ballet Well, I have been photographing a ton of doctor portraits recently, so I decided to share with you all two of my favorites. Each of the doctors, the first being an OBGYN (in case you couldn’t tell) and the second an orthopaedic surgeon wanted something they hadn’t really done before, something that would grab the attention of the viewer. There is nothing better than the client telling their photographer they want something cool and different. Game on.
Doctor Portraits, Go Docs! I have really been on a doctor portrait kick as of late, so I decided to share with you some of the images that have been made. As a Dallas portrait photographer, I have photographed quite a variety of doctors and specialists, ranging from fertility to plastic surgeons, eyelid and spinal surgeons. It is always amazing to see what a diverse field the medical industry is, and how you really can find a specialist for anything. After having back surgery earlier this year, my appreciation for the work that all of these doctors do (especially spinal surgeons!) has gone up significantly, as there is nothing more comforting than a friendly and talented doc or surgeon. Enjoy!
Dallas Portrait Photographer – American Idol Hopeful Savannah! For Savannah’s portrait session, she wanted to do a shoot that was interesting and different, and create images that would really grab your attention. Dynamic and dramatic were the keywords here. She also has a very defined personal style, and wanted to shoot in an environment that would give a strong contrast to this style and help her really stand out. So, after discussing all of these needs, we found a set of backgrounds that had plenty of hard lines to contrast the soft flowing clothing that she would be wearing. We lit everything dramatically, and just had a lot of fun.