Executive Portraits

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Executive Portraits , a set on Flickr.

Via Flickr:
Pictures of company executives that won awards for volunteer work or are being spotlighted for the volunteer work they do.

Being the second time I’ve done any photo work for my employer I was still a bit nervous again. Mainly because these people are at the top of the “food chain” where I work and the last thing I want to do is take a really bad picture of them.

The hardest thing to deal with was trying to deal with all the wood paneling casting a harsh yellow light from all angles.

I didn’t use any flash here and I wish I had to lighten up the shadows from the over head florescent lights in all the pictures.

DPS Assignment "Best of the Year 2012" Jan. 1 – Dec. 31, 2012

Trish by je.brewer
Trish, a photo by je.brewer on Flickr.

Via Flickr:
Took this quick snap of my sister at the family XMas gathering.

Feeling that I’m still a super-noob with composition and lighting I was really surprised on how well it came out with my on camera speed flash bouncing off the wood ceiling in and attempt to soften the hard evening light coming in the window from the left of the frame.

I’m still learning to use my flash better but this shot shows I’m heading in the right direction.

Now if only I was better at post processing to soften the image up a little…. :p

Used for Assignment DPS “Best of the Year 2012” Jan. 1 – Dec. 31, 2012

Trish

Trish
Trish, a photo by je.brewer on Flickr.


Took this quick snap of my sister at the family XMas gathering. 

Feeling that I’m still a super-noob with composition and lighting I was really surprised on how well it came out with my on camera speed flash bouncing off the wood ceiling in and attempt to soften the hard evening light coming in the window from the left of the frame.

I’m still learning to use my flash better but this shot shows I’m heading in the right direction. 

Now if only I was better at post processing to soften the image up a little…. :p