Photographer Ryan Walsh used the Savage Edge Lit Pro LED Light Kit in his studio for a fashion photo shoot this month – check out this behind the scenes gallery here!
Savage Seamless Paper is available in 55 beautiful and diverse styles! See what colorful paper backdrops can bring to your portraits with a simple, clean tone, or a bold and fierce effect.
I’ve been working in the field as a commercial photographer for nearly 10 years. Savage seamless backdrop paper has played a large role in my studio work allowing me to provide endless color options to my clients at minimal cost.
Creamy neutrals, sparkling bokeh and classic florals are all dreamy background patterns that can enhance a romantic theme in your portraits. This photo gallery was shot by photographer Ryan Walsh, and features our Romantic Script, Ivory Glow, Gray Floral and Celebration Lights Printed Backgrounds. See Full Gallery>>
Stylish wood and brick printed backdrops can make your grunge fashion portraits stand out when you can’t find the perfect urban location to shoot at. This photo gallery was shot by photographer Ryan Walsh, and features some of our favorite, new Printed Background Paper patterns. See Full Gallery>>
This fun photo gallery was shot by photographer Ryan Walsh, featuring some of our kid-friendly Printed Background Paper line! Photographing kids with unique patterns and prints makes for a creative and fun photo session with adorable results.
If you’re making the transition from photography enthusiast to professional, you’ve probably thought about setting up your own home studio. Before you make the leap and open your home to clients, be sure you have a set-up that will deliver professional results.
In this article we’ll be discussing the differences between each of the 3 Savage white seamless paper colors along with different light setups and side by side examples of each. This should help you decide how to pick the right white seamless paper for the job and how to setup your lights for different effects.
Allow me to introduce you to our subject of the day. Meet Nigel. He is a 16-week-old fawn Great Dane puppy and has spent quite a bit of time in front of my lens lately.
Trade work is one of the first circumstances that beginning photographers and other creatives experience when first starting out. It can be extremely rewarding to meet and work with new people in the industry and also share resources and talent without the upfront cost.