Last week one of my local clients had me down to their Charlottesville office to shoot some headshots and photograph the new office. Ill never pass up a reason to visit Charlottesville!
Check out this quick video I made of the process I use to remove the background of a photo, for use mostly in online commerce. I can add voiceover of me explaining what I am doing, if that is of interest to anyone. Just let me know!
After a small hitch with space to use for headshots we ended up setting up in the lobby. Only to find out there were no power outlets! A super long extension cord from a friendly gentleman got everything up and running quickly! Here is a wide shot of a setup I was using for a group shot, with my backdrop set up for individual headshots.
From the time I parked my car until I took the last of six headshots was one hour and fifteen minutes, and that was with each person doing an outfit change. Not bad for a borrowed space!
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Yesterday I had a great time with a couple of my favorite people, from The Nancy Yahner Group, Keller Williams. We filmed some promotional material for their use across all social media platforms and YouTube, stayed tuned to see those videos!
Last summer I did a few edit jobs for HiFly Photography, a Texas based company that provides drone footage for real estate companies. I was pleasantly surprised when I received footage from them of a building that is right near my home! Check it out and remember, ShootJoeC can provide a range of services from shoot planning to contract editing and beyond!
Well, the title says it all! Here is a time-lapse I made of me editing one of the headshots from yesterdays shoot. In this video I am using Lightroom briefly, followed by the remainder of the editing in Photoshop.
The total time on this edit was about one hour and fifteen minutes. This level of editing is included in all of my headshot sessions. Please someone let me know if you are interested in seeing more of this type of stuff, Ive been considering doing voiceover, explaining which tools I am using and how I get the best results.
Today I headed out to DC for a client that needed a couple of headshots taken for employees. The client has a shared space inside the WeWork Wonderbread Factory location, which is one of the coolest shared spaces I have seen, check them out by clicking, here.
The location had tons of random spots to set up for photos, and I ended up using a small meeting room. I went with my standard headshot setup, which consists of a roll of savage backdrop paper on a backdrop stand, and two White Lightening 3200 Strobes.
I plan on making a little editing tutorial video with one of the photos from today, so stay tuned!