The Greschls came into the FFX Studio for a fun shooting session. There are always good shots to sort out when you’re just mucking around and having a little play in the studio. Some get serious, some get goofy, and some get niiiiice!
I also want to show off my hand-painted backdrop off a little more. In the coming months I will paint two more backdrops for more of my customers and projects that I would like to head this year. I was thinking of photographing the Homeless in the city and make a book of them and just cart around a single portabatt. and lamp, backdrop, two stands (for the Backdrop), and my camera. I think that it is also nice to randomly set up somewhere and photograph people who’re keen for a portrait and it also helps training the mind to see what and how it is like to work on such a public scale, subjecting you to (a) completely random outcome(s), which could be a perfect addition to the P’folio.
These shots are super simple, easy and – in my opinion – really detailed. I shot these photos on the work camera, which is a entry-level Nikon dxxxx, I don’t know, and a shitty Sigma DX 18-200 (crappy plastic) lens and I am still able to get that high-quality images. It’s not the wand, it’s the Wizard … sometimes.
So , here are some of the fun, in studio shots that I thought were the best from the bunch to show you guys what’s been happening – and that you don’t always need super expensive stuff to deliver professional photography … it’s how you use your brain and gear to get that shot!
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