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These portraits were all photographed by Robert Berger in his studio! Robert uses a photography system called virtual backgrounds ( not to be confused with green screen). These are actual virtual backgrounds photographed along with this executive. Robert can actually see and manipulate the background image and subject pose for the best perspective when the photograph is taken( the background isn’t added later after the individual is photographed as in green screen). Backgrounds are changed with a swipe of an iPad photo allowing unlimited creativity and options for every executive. Portraits can be viewed immediately for feedback.
Location portraiture is costly and logistically very complicated. Interrupting a work environment with a photography crew is distracting and time can be limited. As you can see the background choices for this executive are extremely diverse and incredibly unique. Have you ever seen any portraits on LinkedIn with any of these backgrounds? The odds are you haven’t. Robert photographs successful individuals and can only handle a limited amount of portrait sessions, but his selection of background choices are almost infinite.
Robert saw the potential and invested in the Virtual Background Projection System years ago. In the last few years a system enhancement combined an iPad with the projection technology. By using un-copyrighted,copyright released, or self created background images stored on the iPad, these images can now be used very efficiently in his portrait sessions . Robert’s studio is one of only a few that understand the benefit of this technology and owns this system(based on number of photographers in business today). Advanced portrait studio lighting knowledge , camera settings, and artistic composition are necessary to achieve the results you see here.
Potential new backgrounds and ideas can actually be selected and created during a portrait session when needed.
It’s difficult for many people to grasp the mechanics of how the Virtual Background System works, but it is almost magical when you see the results. Some people have commented that they have had negative experiences with Green Screen or even the Virtual Background System( just owning the VBS system doesn’t guarantee success in it’s use). Excellent results are only achieved with the proper knowledge of lighting and creativity. Photographer Robert Berger has many years of experience, and a special dedicated lighting set up that is only used with the Virtual background System.
In addition, you may have a specific need for a portrait where it’s just not feasible to be photographed on location for example, a refinery, ship, with industrial equipment, or historic building( that may no longer exist). Our virtual background system may be the answer.
These are a just few examples of how Photographer Robert Berger uses this fascinating portrait technology. Portrait Photographer Robert Berger is ready to discuss your ideas and create these types of portraits for you!
Mention virtual background system executive portraits when you call, so Robert can explain what can be created for you.
I hope you find my blog article interesting and informative. I look forward to hearing from you to discuss the style of portraiture that will work best for you and your market! Call Robert Berger 281.531.5269.
Robert Berger is an award winning photographer- portrait artist “Craftsmanship combined with artistic professional photography produce outstanding portraiture that is always admired and appreciated.” He has the most Google reviews in the Houston area for professional photography as well as a five star rating. Copyright 2019 Portraits of Character & Innovative Images Photography by Robert Berger– Copying or redistribution of this page is not permitted without written consent by Robert Berger.