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How to Prepare for a Corporate Photography Shoot

Corporate Photo Requirments for Clients and Business Owners.

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Imitate, then Innovate

Brownie points to whoever can name the (very famous) artist who created the painting above. Extra bonus points if you can say why it is relevant to how smart photographers can learn their craft.
I first saw the Pablo Picasso’s Science and Charity while visiting the Museo Picasso in Barcelona in the ’90s. This particular museum is a laid out chronologically, which allows you an intimate look into Picasso’s life and development as an artist.

Early in his career Picasso made the visual rounds, mastering and then rejecting a number of painting styles before discovering his own. He was simply copying the styles of others — even saying as much in some of the titles of his paintings at the time.

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Three Point Lighting In CG and Photography

1. Start in Darkness. Make sure there are no default lights, and there’s no global ambience. When you add your first light, there should be no other light in the scene.

2. Add your Key Light. The Key Light creates the subject’s main illumination, and defines the most visible lighting and shadows. Your Key Light represents the dominant light source, such as the sun, a window, or ceiling light – although the Key does not have to be positioned exactly at this source.

Create a spot light to serve as the Key. From the top view, offset the Key Light 15 to 45 degrees to the side (to the left or right) of the camera. From a side view, raise the Key Light above the camera, so that it hits your subject from about 15 to 45 degrees higher than the camera angle.

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—– Corporate Identity ——

Your identity is what brings confidence to your clients, projecting a strong creative identity is our goal when working with you. Keeping your company image fresh and up to date is what will separate you from the others.

—– Creative Branding ——

How do people perceive you? The answer to that question comes in the creative decisions you make. We provide a unique portfolio which will bring confidence among your clients that you have paid attention to this level of detail, because we have.

—– Choose your color—–

One of the best features of working with us is choosing your color branding and we give you an entire choice of selection during the approval process of your pictures

—– On Location Service—–

We are dedicated to offer you the best with support in Toronto and Greater Toronto Area.