61. Instant business portrait This quick and easy business portrait can be shot on location or in the studio and Karl shows you how to do it in a matter of minutes either on a gray or white background. Comments November 18, 2017 Log in to Reply Antonio Rivera Hi Karl, I do like the light from the scrim better than the softbox. Next time would you please make the scrim light be the main instead of fill. Cheers, Antonio November 26, 2017 Log in to Reply Geoff Guthro I love the use of a collapsible back drop. I shall invest in one. I use the X drop system now and this would be even quicker. Just a collapsible and a stand. Great advice for a quick business portrait setup. I’ve done a business portrait shoot even simpler ( one light) in a dentist office lobby. The window was a large store front window with a frosted coating simulating a scrim. I bounced the one light to create the soft box simulation. I only did it though because the conditions were there to accommodate it so having options is a must, as those conditions don’t always exist. February 11, 2018 Log in to Reply Mahir Ali Ahmed What if client is wearing Glasses? February 11, 2018 Log in to Reply Karl Taylor Hi Mahir, if the light is close enough then the reflections are minimal. See this chapter to understand why https://www.karltayloreducation.com/course_video_page/studio-lighting-setups-portraits-one-light-setup-21/ March 7, 2018 Log in to Reply Simon Kwakwa Hi Karl, How much would you charge for corporate portraits? maybe if its a group of people for each, depending on a number March 12, 2018 Log in to Reply Karl Taylor Hi Simon, please see the business course sections for info on pricing. Comments You must be logged in to leave a comment.