Coral is a color that is very popular in the wardrobes of my senior girls this season. Vibrant pastels have definitely made a comeback so this seamless paper will be a great addition to my backdrop collection.
While it may seem to the outside world that a portrait session begins and ends with clicking the shutter, we, as professional photographers, know the session itself is the least time consuming portion of working with a client. In order to have a highly successful and profitable session, it is important to prepare the client both for the session and the sale before they ever step in front of your camera.
This morning I received the Morning Haze Collapsible Backdrop from Savage Universal! This is my first experience with one of their collapsible backdrops and it did not disappoint. I often shoot corporate headshots on-location in tight office spaces so I was excited to see if this could be an easier option that taking a full backdrop stand and canvas.
Bringing in bright colored backgrounds will make your photographs “POP” and your subject feel alive. Incorporating bright backgrounds will also allow you to show off a bright, cheery and fun session with your session. I love to have bright colors in my teen and HS Senior sessions. This makes my sessions much more fun for my subject and emotionally grabs them and their friends when they view my images.
This photo album was shot by David Hakamaki and features our Grunge Brick and Red Oak Floor Drops. Here’s what David had to say about our Floor Drops after using them in several senior picture studio sessions… See Full Gallery>>
Senior portraits are fun to shoot and they give you, the photographer, a lot of room creatively. When shooting graduation portraits, especially in a studio, you’ll want a clean background so your subject is the focus. Seamless paper is the perfect unobtrusive background solution.
Studio portraits don’t have to be plain! Spice up your senior headshots with a vibrant photo backdrop like Savage Deep Yellow Seamless Paper. Check out this gallery shot by photographer David Hakamaki of Cutting Edge Photography. See Full Photo Gallery >>