Studio Photography, BC.

Hi friends,

Lately I've been working my studio photography skills, to compliment my wedding photography set. Because of this I will soon be offering couples & engagement sessions in the studio.

Studio Photography can be a challenging yet rewarding endeavour, and for Vancouver wedding photographers looking to expand their services, it's a great opportunity to showcase your skills in a new way. In this blog post, we'll discuss the process of studio portrait photography and the types of clients who might be interested in this service.

Firstly, let's talk about the process. Studio photography involves setting up a controlled environment, usually indoors, where you can manipulate lighting and backgrounds to create a specific mood or effect. This can include anything from high-key, brightly lit images with a plain white background, to low-key, moody portraits with dramatic shadows and textured backgrounds. The key is to communicate with your client beforehand to determine the type of look and feel they are after, and then use your technical skills and creativity to make it happen.

When it comes to the types of clients who might be interested in studio portrait photography, the possibilities are endless. For editorial work, clients might include fashion designers or clothing brands looking to showcase their latest collection, while commercial clients could include small business owners needing headshots or product photos for their website or marketing materials. Portraits can also be used in social media profiles, dating websites, and even corporate branding.

One of the benefits of studio portrait photography is the level of control you have over the final product. Unlike outdoor shoots where you are at the mercy of natural lighting and weather conditions, in a studio, you can create the exact look you and your client are after. You can experiment with different lighting setups, backgrounds, and even props to create a unique image that stands out from the crowd.

In conclusion, studio portrait photography can be a valuable addition to any Vancouver wedding photographer's services.

Below is two of my latest editorial sessions, you can see more of my editorial work at @scottedwardsphoto

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