Headshots for the Hispano Chamber in Albuquerque
I am proud to be a member of the Albuquerque Hispano Chamber of Commerce so when they asked me to make updated headshots for new staff members and ambassadors, I was very happy to do so. They wanted the same style and look as their previous headshots, which meant having the U.S. and New Mexico flags in the background. Having seen the outdoor location used for the old headshots, I suggested we take things indoors and control the harsh daylight that was visible in the semi-covered outdoor hallway that was used before. This allowed me to get consistent results over a long shoot without worrying about the sun changing the ambient light and adding more or less shadow to the background.
26" Cheetahstand SoupBowl Softbox setup as a beauty dish
Godox AD600 in the softbox as the main light
silver reflector for fill light
Godox V860ii bare on the floor bouncing upward on the wall for the background
Nikon D750 with Tamron 90mm f/2.8 SP Macro lens