Viewing entries tagged
portrait

Comment

Headshots with the Fuji X-T1 and 56mm 1.2

Its been a busy year for business headshots and I've found that the X-T1 to be the perfect tool for the work.  Its light and small and I only need one lens, the 56mm 1.2.  I dont really need the wide aperture for business headshots as I soot mostly between F8 and F11.  I use a Bowens Gemini 500R with an Octabox for the main light and a speedlight bounced off an adjacent wall or whatever there is around for fill.  I do a bit of editing in photoshop including removing skin blemishes and a bit of dodging and burning to bring out the highlights and shadows but not much more.  For the girls mostly I use a technique show in this video here to remove stray hair from the background. Depending on the skin of the individual I Might use a bit of frequency separation to blend some skin tone but not much.  So here is a selection from the years work so far.

Comment

Actors Headhots with the Fujifilm X-T1, XF 35mm, and XF 56mm

1 Comment

Actors Headhots with the Fujifilm X-T1, XF 35mm, and XF 56mm

Great shoot yesterday with the awesome Thomas Janson who is off to Miami next momth to finish school in the entertainment world.  Shot with the X-t1, 35mm and 56mm lenses using speedlite and a Bowens 500R studio flash. If anyone ants to know any more about my process for headshots drop me a line or send a comment in the box below.

mark-hadden-amsterdam-london-headshot-business-portrait-zakelijk-portret-portretfotografie-fotoshoot-thomas-jansen-headshots-020-Edit
Thomas Jansen

Thomas Jansen

mark-hadden-amsterdam-london-headshot-business-portrait-zakelijk-portret-portretfotografie-fotoshoot-thomas-jansen-038

1 Comment

Comment

New Business Portraits with the Fujifilm X-T1 and XF 35m 1.4

Today I spent a couple of hours at All About Network in Amsterdam doing some headshots for them  for their upcoming re-branding as QONTENT MATTERS.  Here is the first of the selection. All images shot at 1/180 and F8.  Its super easy to set up the camera for off camera flash using YN-622 wireless triggers.  Just remember to set the screen view to EXP/WB preview off and Mechanical shutter only. I did have the studio strobe connected with a pc cable but the speedlite for the fill was wireless. If anyone has any questions about setting the camera up for flash photography please feel free to drop me a line or leave a comment below. Check back soon for an update.

mark-hadden-amsterdam-london-headshot-business-portrait-zakelijk-portret-portretfotografie-fotoshoot-qontent-matters-021-2

Comment

Portraits & More with Ruud Vriese

Comment

Portraits & More with Ruud Vriese

Ruud Vriese

Great new portrait sessions today with Ruud Vriese.  Ruud spends his time analysing businesses and providing them with ways to work more effectively, both internally and externally.  An expert in team training and coaching Ruud provides an invaluable service to businesses across the Netherlands that help them work better in the ever changing current market place. See www.teamsandmore.nl for more information on Ruud.

I like the photos a lot.  Feel free to push them to the next big business magazine Ruud. ;-)

Comment

Comment

This is GREAT!

Karin wanted a portrait to convey the job of reviewer for Yelp in Amsterdam.  She says its good, that means ITS GOOD!

Comment