- This image was taken from a series of corporate portraits for http://www.ddblondon.com/ These work really well as they are formal and corporate in style but three little creative differences make the subjects seem much more friendly and approachable. 1. Have the subject sit/stand at a slight angle to you. 2. Use bounced lighting to soften shadows. 3. Instead of a plain white backdrop I used the office windows as the background, they give a depth to the image and make it seem a much more natural environment for a corporate portrait.
- Working as a corporate photographer in London, you are often faced with different corporate offices and most portraits needing to be completed in a short time frame, but as a photographer you need to spot these possibilities. Corporate clients marketing material will benefit from creative portraits and hopefully you will be asked back.
© Grantly Lynch 2010
Corporate Portrait Photographer London