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This is the time of the year that I like to consider how I can improve BoJo Photo this year to create an even greater experience for my clients.
Some things that I’m working on:
- Posing – I took a three-day class the other day. It was an eye opener. I threw three-quarters of the poses in my posing inspiration book away. Now I will seek to start with a few great poses and to refine them as needed. Less is definitely more when posing a client.
- I’m always about creating better practices to Keep It Simple Smart, so that is an ongoing theme of BoJo Photo. Refine! Refine! Refine!
- I have worked on getting back to doing a lot more of my editing in Photoshop. Plugins are nice but I fear they might be a hindrance in creating a consistent body of work.
- I have started a Behance profile that I’ll be telling you more about in the future.
- More blog posts! A definite this year. I will be moving posts on another platform here soon.
- Email Newsletter will be the number one place to find out new information and to get the best deals.
The image below is one I took in 2012 for Gage Talent. I went back and totally edited it anew from its raw file to see my progress in editing. I don’t love the light but it was tight quarters and a speedy shoot. I definitely like the new processing way better than the original which you can see in the bottom image.
Thank you for stopping by BoJo Photo for a browse. Have a great week!
I found this great site for a high school senior portrait session the other day while out scouting for locations. It has real easy access for 3/4 body shots or full body shots for the more adventurous that don’t care to get a little wet.
I would highly recommend this scene to my Northwest Georgia clients as it is beautiful throughout all the seasons of the year. It really sparkles in May when everything is bright and green.
Thanks for taking a browse at BoJo Photo and do not forget to reserve your high school senior portrait session early to get the biggest discounts of the year.
I have worked for awhile or thought for a while about an easy way to incorporate cool backgrounds in studio images. I have found it! Suffering heartaches what took me so long?
This is a technique that I will be using a lot in the future on high school senior portraits.
So, here is the result with two images I shot for Gage Talent with different backgrounds applied to each image.
Thank you for stopping by BoJo Photo for a browse. Have a great week! Happy shooting!!! :)