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There’s hundreds of these little creeks in the Okanagan so it wasn’t a problem finding one to capture this little winter scene today. Shot with¬†a Nikon D810 and¬†the 70-200mm f2.8 at 70mm, f/13, .8 sec, and ISO 31, aka L1.0 on this camera which is great for blurring water.¬†Also used a circular polarizer, mostly to slow...

Group shots are very challenging because all the same rules apply for a single business portrait, but you’re dealing with more people. For example, if we use a minimum of 3 lights to shape a good business portrait, does that mean 12 lights for a group of 4? If not, how then do you make everyone look good at the same...

Whether you’re a general contractor or sub, the images you use to showcase your product or service speak volumes to your potential clients. Most aren’t even consciously aware of what they like or don’t like about them, but they do form an opinion that’ll determine whether they’re receptive to doing business with you or...

A successful business headshot portrays very little of your body, but it speaks volumes to your potential clients. They likely don’t even think about it consciously, but they’re still forming an opinion about you and whether they are receptive to your offerings. You need to like it too! Here’s an example of one of our...