A 9’ Seamless in a Really Small Room!

Saturday, December 15, 2007 Concept/Objective:

Assignment ConstructThis home-based business-owner wanted both headshots and full length shots of himself that he could use for marketing and on his website.


Because we work on location, we were working in the subject’s living room. We arrived to his home, and set up a 9’ seamless in his living room. It was a three light shoot – The main on him from camera left, a kicker light from behind him camera right, and the final one – to blow out the seamless, was behind it.


Assignment Construct We were able to have the subject review all the images after each setup by having the digital workstation on hand. Suit changes and tie changes ensued, but it was all with the end goal of ensuring the client’s image was depicted how he wanted it.


The shadows, which appear in these outtakes, show that retouching was necessary to remove them. We delivered final selects via a CD after the client reviewed the images on a web gallery.

Final Analysis:

This client had a very specific vision for the results he wanted, and I appreciated his objectives and enjoyed the challenge of making it happen.

Posted by John Harrington on 12/15
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