Are you heading to the Wedding & Portrait Photography Conference & Expo in Las Vegas, NV this February? Savage is excited to show off some of our new studio gear and provide interactive shooting stations for visitors!
It's not to early to be planning your upcoming visit to Cologne, Germany this fall for the world's leading imaging fair: Photokina! This huge event brings the world of photography together in the best way - experience the most exciting innovations and immerse yourself in the industry's best offerings, events and classes.
Savage is gearing up for the Wedding and Portrait Photographers annual conference in Las Vegas, NV this March & we hope to see you there! What's going on in Booth #833? New 2016 product debuts, product samples & tutorials, live demonstrations by award-winning studio photographers & lots of giveaways!
Are you heading to WPPI 2015 in Las Vegas this March?
Savage is excited to announce we'll be hosting live demonstrations in our expo booth #833 on Monday, March 2nd and Tuesday, March 3rd! These demos are interesting & informative sessions that you will NOT want to miss!
The Savage team just got back home to Arizona from Cologne, Germany, where we hung out at Photokina, the world's largest photographic tradeshow last week! We set up our most popular product lines for display, met with dealers and had a great time walking the show and networking. Here are some photos from the Savage booth!
Savage had a great time at the Wedding and Portrait Photographers annual conference and expo in Las Vegas, NV in March! With interesting and informative photo demonstrations, daily contests and giveaways and lots of product samples, there was a lot to check out at our expo booth! Here is a recap on all of our live demos:
Headshot photographers oftentimes get called into set up an office shoot for company personnel. In most instances, your allotted space is a small conference room or hallway. Situations like these call for compact equipment to maximize space for your subjects. Collapsible backdrops are the ideal solution for on-location sessions, and reversible collapsibles provide an even better solution of two-easy-looks-in-one! See Full Gallery>>
Jacquelynn Buck captures our imagination in this pin-up photo gallery using Primary Red and Teal Seamless Paper. Classic pin-up girls create a wonderful, risqué but never explicit photo shoot. Looking to mimic the natural American sweetheart charm? Vintage hairstyles, show stopping backdrops in rich & dramatic color schemes are a great start! See Full Gallery>>
This photo gallery was shot by Hernan Rodriguez and features our Aqua Polka Dot Printed Background Paper. If you need a little pick-me-up for your next photo shoot, one youthful pattern we love is polka dots! Bright dots fill the frame with a unique and eye-catching style you don't often see in studio portraits. In fun shades like blue and pink, polka dots are a playful and easy way to spruce up a photo! This classic print can be incorporated with babies, kids, teens or pets! See Full Gallery>>
Earlier this month at WPPI, we had the chance to host several live demonstrations in our expo booth featuring our most popular Savage items. David Hakamaki of Cutting Edge Photography worked with some of his favorite seamless paper and fabric backdrops to create these captivating headshots. See Full Gallery>>
We had a great time at the Wedding and Portrait Photographers International conference and expo last month! We gave 5 live studio demonstrations on a variety of interesting topics - check out these shots of our photographers in action!
Photographer Craig Stidham held a great live demo at WPPI in the Savage expo booth on shooting with bright colored backgrounds. He shot on Canary, Tulip and Baby Blue paper backdrops, and explained the benefits as well as things to look out for when bringing in a vivid background to make your photos more appealing. See Full Gallery >>
Planning your rounds for the WPPI expo next month? Stop by the Savage Universal booth on March 4th at 1:45pm to watch David Hakamaki demonstrate how to successfully light and position your model on white and black backdrops to separate them from blending into the background.