How to create interesting Corporate Headshots in any location.

5/03/2019 ISO 1200 Magazine 2 Comments


Photographer Rafal Wegiel has received a lot of questions regarding his recent corporate headshot session.  He posted some images and some of you were quite surprised about the location what he was shooting.



So, this is a great opportunity to talk a little bit about it and give you a little bit of information and an explanation of how this whole thing works.

Behind the scenes:

How to create interesting Headshots in any location.

How to create interesting Headshots in any location.


The settings:

Nikon 70-200VRII F4.5 1/250s ISO 100 200mm
Main Light 1/16 Kicker 1/32 Background 1/16

The final images:




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About Rafal Wegiel:


Rafal Wegiel is an internationally-recognized fashion, portrait and commercial photographer born in Poland(Europe) and since 2001 based in Calgary, AB. Creating images of beauty and trying to capture nature of people, his work allows him to constantly explore diversity of humans, inviting the viewers to see people’s inner beauty through the camera lens. Let's Get Connected: www.rafalwegiel.com |  Twitter | Facebook | Instagram


Text, image and video via Rafal Wegiel


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2 comments:

Tom Jackson said...

Great video Rafal, thanks for sharing and great tips about thinking on your feet on location. Really inventive use of the wall picture!

Ben Quinn said...

Stunning results, Rafal! An aesthetic wonder of a headshot that hits all the marks I want to see in this style of image. I love the use of the compression at 200mm with the art in the background, as well as shooting through the window and making great use of lines within your shoot area.

Question: Did you gel the (speedlites? how may watts/s?) with a CTO to get the background such a nice blue or was it done in post?