When I started shooting video I had to use fluorescent banks & giant hot lights. But when I replaced everything with LEDs, I could light like a photographer again!
by Chicago Corporate Headshot Photographer John Gress Chicago corporate headshot photographer John Gress has worked with dozen’s of corporations to help their executives and front-line employees put their best foot forward with a great headshot on their business website, linked-in and social media. Whether on location on in his Evanston studio Gress can deliver exactly what you need in…
You never know where you’re going to find the inspiration for your next photoshoot, so it’s always best to keep your eyes peeled and your mind open.
Modifying a RocknRoller MultiCart R8 so the top shelf, Quick Set Shelf, assembles with ease in seconds rather than minutes when you get to your photoshoot.
Over time, I have seen many images where a pattern is projected onto someone’s face, and I’ve always struggled to simulate this type of lighting. My attempts usually resulted in poorly defined shapes and not the sort of razor-sharp edges I was expecting.