Making the decision to begin photographing in a studio was a challenging one for me; but as you’re aware, it’s quite uncomfortable outside most days in the winter and it really did seem like the next logical step to growing my portrait business. I’ve always primarily been an outdoor photographer, which has given me a great deal of comfort during the pandemic I must say. I was a little sad to abandon that safety net; but I’m strictly wearing a mask, sanitizing my hands, photographing no more than two people at a time, and spraying disinfectant between clients. Since in order to grow, you must evolve, here I go! Even though I was hesitant at first, I’ve really enjoyed the work I’ve done so far in the studio and I’m considering continuing to offer studio sessions even when it’s more comfortable to photograph outdoors.
Bang Images studio sessions are great for headshots, birthday sessions, individual creative portraits, and couple’s sessions. I am concentrating on the safest protocol possible, so I am limiting these sessions to one or two people and not offering them to families at this time. It’s only been a short few weeks of photographing in a studio setting, but as you can see, I’ve been busy! I look forward to booking more sessions for creative studio portraits. So far I’ve photographed individuals, but it would be neat to get a couple in front of my camera too!
Here are links you might find interesting. If you’d like to see more portrait work, please visit the Portraits gallery. You may recognize a couple of subjects from previous blog posts. Audrey and Kyle have been photographed before. Lastly, take a look at the Pricing page if you’re interested in scheduling a creative studio session and contact me. Thanks for stopping by the blog!