Do you find yourself on the road a lot, driving to clients or shooting out on location? Looking for lighter, more compact, capable gear that won’t break the bank or slow you down? Here are 8 Savage products designed to lighten the load and speed up your workflow.
With the frequency that we’re tasked with capturing high-volume portraits at events, we were thrilled to find the lightweight, portable and easy to set-up Backdrop Travel Kits that will still deliver a flawless set just like we are in our home studio.
Whether you need to set up your lights in the corner of a small office, the middle of a city staircase, on a grassy hill or up against the side of a bus, it’ll go wherever you need it to get the perfect shot. See what the photo pros think of this unique light stand!
In addition to being useful for Corporate Portraits, this kit has many other potential uses. It would be great for photographers who do not have a studio but need to submit “studio” yearbook portraits for their Seniors.
Photographers tasked with capturing high-volume portraits at events or other locations look for a lightweight, portable and easy to set-up background system that will still deliver a flawless set in any corner. The Savage Backdrop Travel Kits are just that solution!
Traveling with your photo equipment can be stressful but if you take some preventative steps before you leave you can set your mind at ease.
Leaving the studio to shoot on location can be exciting, fun, and is always a challenge. Yet there’s a danger associated with travel. Have you ever arrived to a location shoot and realized with horror that you’ve forgotten some essential piece of gear? I have and let me tell you that it’s not a fun place to be.
Whether you’re traveling to build your location portfolio or simply taking a trip with family this summer, you’ll want to work on your travel photography technique. Your goal is to create envy-worthy images that you can post with pride to your site, blog and social media profiles. And, don’t forget to think “stock photography” and shoot images that you could sell upon your return.
If you love shooting at the beach, you know all too well about dealing with elements such as wind and sand along with high contrast scenes. These parameters can wreak havoc on your images and equipment. To avoid or compensate for these conditions follow these simple rules for success.