Commercial Photography in 180 Seconds

So since the opening date of my blog. I’ve only posted 1 youtube video. Just one. That means when I post a youtube video, it’s usually something that I find to be pretty interesting; such as the case of this Chase Jarvis video. I’m really trying my hardest to blog more. But with the daily tasks of life, family, work, clients etc…it can be hard to accomplish sometimes. So having said that, I wanted to let you all know that I’m still around and still want to provide you, my viewers, with relevant content. Also, I will be posting some really cool photos in the near future of some recent shoots.

I really like looking into the workflow of other photographers, to see how they problem solve and conduct business. Not every shoot is the same, not every client is the same and it’s not likely that you will always have that perfect outdoor light every time you shoot a wedding. This video serves as a guide to a commercial photography shoot; the Chase Jarvis way. Pretty interesting, take a look. Rock!


 

Brian Rodgers Jr.

Commercial Photographer/Digital Artist, USA

Brian Rodgers Jr. is a commercial advertising photographer based in South Bend Indiana. Brian has a wealth of commercial photography experience photographing everything from commercial portraits, RVs, large commercial vehicles, product and food photography, to multi-million dollar mansions. Furthermore, he has created brand images for national companies and his work has been published in various national and international publications including Photoshop User Magazine, Dentaltown Magazine, Incisal Edge Magazine, and the popular web based show "Photography Tips & Tricks" produced by Kelby Media Group to name a few. Brian’s overall body of work demonstrates a real cultivation of skills behind the lens as well as a wide array of cutting edge post production techniques. He provides his clients with exceptional images and ensures customer satisfaction through his relentless work ethic. Brian is not just a photographer, he is an artist. Retouching his own work allows him to deliver a product that reflects his vision as an artist. And his clients are never disappointed in his abilities to produce consistent, compelling images. Fun Fact: He shot his own portrait