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First Day with the PhaseOne IQ by Tony Roslund

I had my first shoot with our new PhaseOne IQ medium format camera this morning . . . WOW! The detail this camera can capture is simply ridiculous.

Close up at 100% - straight out of camera.

Close up at 100% - straight out of camera.

As a product/food/architecture photographer, I don't do a lot of head shots these days. As a third-generation photographer, growing up in portrait studios, I learned how to create solid head shots. It's not necessarily where I wanted to start with this new PhaseOne system, but we put it through the paces none-the-less. With a big, bright viewfinder, focusing and composing an image is much easier than with my Nikon D800. One caveat is that if you miss the focus, it's real apparent. Below is a sample of the finished image.

Final image

Final image

Commercial Headshots | Spokane Commercial Photographer by Tony Roslund

While I generally prefer inanimate objects (products, food, architecture), I occasionally have the need to photograph people. Sometimes as support for product images, or just simple business headshots for my clients. Fortunately, growing up in a portrait studio, I picked up a thing or two about posing and lighting for portraits. We spent the morning with various artists and professionals in the studio creating some publicity portraits using our newly constructed barn wood wall.

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Commercial head shots in the studio.

Commercial head shots in the studio.

Tony Roslund Photography
www.tonyroslund.com
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