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Artists spend a ton of time perfecting their craft and then, after hours of working on a painting, exhausted and up against a deadline, they often neglect the most important part of the process: photographing the work.
Since artists are required to submit work digitally for exhibitions, grants, talks and your public profile page, good photography offers the first impression of your art and your professionalism.
You’ll take yourself seriously and others will, too.
A great headshot ensures you’re making the best impression possible, which makes you feel good about your personal brand and what other professionals are thinking when they see your image.
Still life is a unique genre of photography. One thing that makes it so special is that often the subjects aren’t very interesting. They’re just ordinary objects that you normally wouldn’t pay much attention to.
Product photography is vital for any ecommerce business. As your customers are not able to physically see or feel your products, your product images need to do the selling for you.
Real estate photography is a surprisingly influential tool and has the power either to lure in potential buyers or drive them away.
There are key factors to focus on for capturing a high-quality real estate image. These factors include lighting/exposure, composition, and clarity. As a professional photographer I’m trained to take listing images that help best market the property.
Theater photography involves providing images that are concise and maintain the integrity of the light and the vision of the director. I’ve worked with local theater groups to provide promotional images, as well as archive images of their shows.
A clean, tack-sharp photo of a performer is an obvious goal when shooting performers and concerts. But the real talent is documenting the enthusiasm of the event.