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Aug242012

Citizen Effect - Team Headshot Photography

August is for vacation and relaxing and catching up. This is not to say I have not been busy. - just away from the computer and the blog for a while. So, getting back into the swing of things ...

I completed a short, on location, headshot session for Washington DC based, community-advocacy, non-profit Citizen Effect. Here are the finals that they selected.

There are many things I like about this sort of location work. For one, photographing and seeing people in their work space (in this case with co-workers looking on) presents a much different energy during a shoot which often gives me insight into how to pose and interact with individuals. In the end I feel that this lends to a more genuine portrait. I also really enjoy the technical challenges of photographing in a small space and making it look like it was shot in studio. We were really wedged in here, but I was lucky to have 1) a blank wall and 2) high ceilings. Lastly, I love when people see the lighting set up and I hear "Wow! This is the real thing." For me the lightng is an everyday thing, and I forget that this isn't true of most people.

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