Event Photography – The Digital Workflow
Compared to the pre-digital era, the latest in innovation of digital photography equipment has made the entire process of covering an event a lot easier. There is less hassle and stress involved in capturing the moments that occur in an event and printing out the images for the respective clients willing to pay for them. As a result of the new pace of event photography, this has brought about the question of “what can be considered as the modern day workflow for shooting an event?”
Lighting and backdrop
To use an indoor event such as a black-tie dinner or a school prom, the studio as to be setup before the entire process of event photography can commence. Once other aspects such as lighting and backdrop have also been setup and tested for effectiveness, then the time to start taking pictures has arrived. It is obvious that a subject is also needed for the picture as when they pose it is time to click the shutter and get the process of digital work flow started.
As soon as the shutter clicks, it is safe to assume that the image is now in the camera and can be transferred to a central computer system for processing. The camera is considered to be a part of the computer network either over a Wi-Fi connection or through a physical Ethernet cable. Note that the Wi-Fi connection is more convenient that the Ethernet cable as it does not restrict movement. Once the image is transferred to the central computer, it can then be displayed on a monitor or display screen for the guests to view almost instantaneously.
When you hire an event photographer you can be sure that specialist event photography software would be made use of to display the images captured. The software is written for the sole purpose of enabling images to be selected and viewed quickly. Seeing as the event photographer is normally kept busy canvassing the event and attending to guests, an assistant or sale personnel can be found manning the separate viewing stations which can be operated through a touch screen thereby making it easy for guests to select their images by themselves. Check www.smartpicsukeventphotography.com to find out the packages that suit your needs.
Another use of the event photography software is in overlaying texts or graphics onto the images to produce different range of finishes for the images if required. The type of pictures you see are the popular magazine cover styles and well as sports related graphics. The corporate logos of the event holders can also be imprinted onto the image for the sake of branding for corporate events.
The specialist software also has the ability to capture in green-screen which is the same technology made use of by the film industry. Most films are shot making use of a blue or green background with an image subsequently inserted into the background. You can find your picture depicting you the subject as being on a beach or the moon without even leaving the building. All these are just a tip of the iceberg when it comes to event photography.