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Videos by Paul Robinson Film and Photo
A (very) quick guide to getting a more cinematic look from your talking-heads videos. For those interested I used a Panasonic Lumix GH5 with a Sigma 18-35mm lens. You could get a similar look with any dslr/mirrorless with any lens that gives a shallow depth of field (a cheap example being the Canon 50mm f1.8). You could maybe even try it with one of the better new smartphone cameras. Other details omitted for brevity: The background is about 9ft behind me while the camera is only 2ft on front of me: the greater the disparity the more you're able to blur out the background. And you may be able to achieve similar effects using whatever lamps/white sheets (to diffuse the lamps, but he safe!) you have in the house.
What the ffffff is wrong with your photos?
The biggest mistake made by companies getting corporate portraits against a white background Website: https://www.prfilmandphoto.com/ email: firstname.lastname@example.org insta: https://www.instagram.com/prfilmandph... FB: https://bit.ly/2FLemjd linkedin: https://bit.ly/2ReSFNM
The three types of corporate photography backgrounds
A lot of corporate clients don't know where to start when they book a a portrait session, so a good place to begin is choosing what sort of photography backdrop suits you and your business. In this video Paul Robinson discusses the three main options and suggests who they may be suitable for. Website: https://www.prfilmandphoto.com/ email: email@example.com insta: https://www.instagram.com/prfilmandphoto/ FB: https://bit.ly/2FLemjd linkedin: https://bit.ly/2ReSFNM