Tommy Welsh Senior photos

I was so excited to get the invite to take photos of the young Tom Welsh aka JR! We met up on Scentsy Grounds and it was freezing! We decided to take it inside since Veronica, Tommy’s mom works there at the company. I was so excited because it’s an excellent place for photos. I could spend all day in there taking photos! So, here are a few of my favorites. Have a cool photos project idea? Let me know how can help.

Senior Photos with Jake

Jake’s mom called me, and needed Senior photos for her son before it was too late! It worked out great for me because I had time this weekend.  We planned on meeting at the Train depot.   Fun family! we had a good time and Jake is a handsome kid so it was so easy to take these photos.  I used my Sony A7riii mirrorless camera and I used my Sony G master 85mm F1.4 lens.  I used lighting in most of the shots, I brought my GoDox AD200 monolight with beauty dish. I used a Godox Xpro transmitter.

You can see the full gallery here: https://www.jeremyrerickson.com/Portraits/Senior-Portraits/Jake-Wilkins-Senior-Photos

Lash Ladies

I had the opportunity to shoot head shots for these fun ladies in their leadership getaway.  These ladies were from all over the states.  They sale lash products in a multi level marketing business.  Many of them are very successful in their craft.  I had fun taking pictures of them.

Chase's last

I had a fun this Fall shooting senior portraits for some of the football players in the valley.  This is the first year that I have said yes to doing senior photos (I helped out my friends the Nelsons, and did Chase’s last year), and I think it was a lot of fun.  Learned a lot, and met some cool people. Senior photo packages range from $150-$250 deepening on what you want and locations.   If you need anything done like this, send me a message and let me know how I can help.

CBH Headshots 5-09-17

CBH Company Headshots

CBH wanted to have photos of their employees in Black and white, and they wanted to use natural lighting from a window creating contrast with the shadows and the light.  The entire idea is for the photos to not be perfectly exposed by create a contrasting look that gives a little depth and drama.  It can be a challenging task because you don’t want to over expose, and you don’t want to high of ISO so there isn’t to much grain.  The left side of the face should be a little darker and under exposed.  I used my Sony A7rii with Sony G master 85mm lens shot wide open at F1.4 to give it nice depth of field.  I also set up a black back drop.  I used a little bit of light on the left side of the face with a portable light.  I also used a Vello trigger and Manfrotto tripod to make sure I got good focus and no blur because of the slower shutter.  Fun assignment!  Thanks CBH!  Here is a link to their website on their team page to see the photos of the their team. Every 4-6 months I take new shots of the new employees coming.  https://cbhhomes.com/meet-the-team