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Chris with Profoto Portable Strobes

Chris with Profoto Portable Strobes

Spring is here and its the season for Higher Ed Photography.  Now that the weather is booming, Chris and I have been flat out shooting as much as possible before the students leave for the summer.  April alone has had us out to five campuses!   Shooting higher ed is particularly fun because of the diversity of images.  Much like an annual report shoot, higher ed photography runs the gamut and encompasses every kind of genera including portraits, macro work, science/technology, sports/action, product photography, and general lifestyle.

To cover as much ground in a day, we try to move light.   Typically we can shoot everything we need with:  Profoto Acute B (battery strobes,) One large stand, Profoto Octa, (2) D4’s, 14mm, 16mm, 17-35mm, 24-70mm, 60mm macro (w/ extension tubes)  70-200mm,  300mm 2.8, Gitzo carbon Fiber tripod, and plenty of cards.  This kit condenses down to two pelican cases and is perfect for Chris and I to get in and out with a small footprint.

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