Portrait photography is one of my very favourite types of photography. Whether it be an in studio shoot with multiple lights, backdrops, props and so forth or a location shoot with or without multiple lighting setups there is something to suit everyone.
Studio portrait photography is technically the most challenging kind of portrait photography I do but also one of the most fun. Through lots of test shots with multiple lights you can get some simply amazing results. The two images to the right employed three studio lights with different attachments
Corporate photography involves going on location and using various lights to capture what the client wants. To date I’ve only been asked to do website/portfolio headshots but regardless these were really great to work on.
My favourite kind of portrait photography and very similar to shooting weddings. Edinburgh is such a beautiful city, especially in the summer months, that a lot of couples come to Edinburgh just to have their portraits taken. Whether it be a graduation shoot (as shown below), a couple coming to Edinburgh or whatever I really love doing these kind of shoots.
What a portrait shoot includes
Scheduling call to arrange a date and location(s) for the shoot
Photoshoots depending on locations and complexity can take up to two to three hours but this will be discussed beforehand and prices agreed
The pictures can be supplied either on a DVD in full resolution or via Dropbox/Google Drive to suit
You can use the images completely free for private use (incl. Social Media; Facebook, Twitter etc)
In the case of personal portraits, a link for a free online web gallery will be supplied for sharing your photos
Ten complimentary prints (if required) up to size 10 x 8 inches
You are free to arrange printing and enlarging photos yourself but if you are struggling I’m happy to help you out
Click on the images below to see some of the properties I have photographed
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