The MRHS Hockey team for 2023-2024. We always need to be careful on the ice…it’s quite slippery. 🙂 Every player was photographed, then the team photo at the end. This workflow is the most efficient way of photographing teams.
With large construction projects, many times there is a need for finished high quality photography to sign off on the project. For HVAC roof photography projects, a drone is almost a must have camera. The FAA requires the UAS (drone) operator to be Part 107 certified and have an RFID chip in the drone so it’s location can be tracked. These safety measures protect everyone.
The results speak for themselves
The quality and clarity of professional drones will yield ‘huge’ file sizes, guaranteeing sharp and crisp photos for the people examining the job project.
Thanks to the advances in AI, we now have many more options for creating business group photos. In years past, we used to set up elaborate green screens which required a lot of office space and was quite time consuming. Now we simply stand the groups against a white wall and AI will separate the subjects from the background in the click of a mouse. After we have our transparent image, we simply match a background photo after purchasing this at a stock house such as Shutterstock.
Website photo content makes a huge difference. The first impression by your clients viewing the page is irreplaceable. If ythe photos on your website are mostly taken with a cellphone, this will convey a message you surely do not want.
How to get the good photos: Your best option is to hire a professional photographer. They ‘should’ have the eye for what tells the story.
Communicate with the photographer: Having a clear goal is essential. In the case below, the client was looking for smiling happy folks to show their Elderly Housing properties were a positive experience.
Planning: Ensure all of your talent (aka for models) is aware of what you are doing. They will be more comfortable knowing what is expected.
New England Studio | Photography & Videography (603) 499-1136 Tom Raffelt, Owner/Photographer.
This construction video will be used for website and Linked In advertising.
Videos for social media should be kept short, typically under on minute.
Bottom Line – Keep your website videos short and small in size. This is all possible to accomplish but takes a bit of time and expertise. New England Studio can help. 603-499-1136 Tom Raffelt. New England Studios
There are a few considerations when deciding to make a banner video for a web page. This is the top-most banner which your viewers see first. A few points to consider are as follows:
Length of Video – The maximum length of your banner video should be approximately 30 seconds. Banner videos for inside-sub pages can be just 20 seconds. Most times your goal is to quickly introduce your viewers to your product and entice them to read your page content below.
Size of Video – If your 30 second video is 40mb, this may present an issue if you decide to self host the 720P mp4 file. Most Word Press hosting plans have a maximum upload size of 20mb. You can increase this allotment by contacting your host. This may force you to embed through You Tube or Vimeo of which both need accounts and pages to be created. As we know, You Tube will play it once then go to their next related video… not good.
Bottom Line – Keep your website banner videos short and small in size. This is all possible to accomplish but takes a bit of time and expertise. New England Studio can help. 603-499-1136 Tom Raffelt.
Should I put props in my Senior Portraits. .Tips for determining if you might want to do this in your Senior Photos for the Class of 2023. We have been offering senior portrait photography for 30+ years. You can see what we have to offer on our Senior Portrait Page Here.
A few Senior Portrait tips to aid in planning your successful Senior Portraits. . We have been offering senior portrait photography for 30+ years. You can see what we have to offer on our Senior Portrait Page Here.
TIPS FOR SENIOR PORTRAITS
MAKEUP: Wear whatever makeup you like. Avoid oily products which may make your skin shiny.
CLOTHING: Bring 3-4 clothing changes. There may not be a place to change, please keep this in mind when choosing outfits.
STUBBLE OR BEARD: Make sure it is neat. Clean shaven is great. Stubble can NOT be retouched.
HAIR: Wear your hair however you feel looks best for you.
BRING A HELPER: Mothers are great. Bring only one person as multiple people become counter-productive.
JEWELRY: Have your jewelry in small plastic bags ready-to-go. This will greatly help with your organization.
BLEMISHES: Do not attempt to cover up blemishes. It is much easier to Photoshop them on bare skin.
PROPS: Bring along something that may be of personal importance to you. Sports, musical instruments always good.
SUNBURNS: This is impossible to successfully retouch. Please plan ahead.
WAXING: Do this at least a day prior to the photos as the red marks are difficult to retouch.
NAILS: Your hands/nails will surely be in many of the photos so ensure they look their best.
POSING: We almost always try for natural poses outside.
GLASS GLARE: Simply put…SOME GLASSES without a non-reflective coating have glare. This can NOT be retouched.
FRESH NEW HAIRCUTS: Get your hair cut at least one week prior to your photo session so it grows in just a bit.
Fall youth sports photography is coming soon. To stay in shape check out this article by the Bleacher Report. We have been offering school sports photography packages for 30+ years. You can see what we have to offer on our Sports Page.