Quinceañera Portrait

Quinceañera Portrait

Diego’s Photography is an expert in capturing the essence and beauty of a quinceañera. We offer professional and personalized photography services, including quinceañera portraits in our studio or at a location of your choice.

Quinceañera portraits are an important tradition in Latin American culture, representing the transition of a girl into young adulthood. Diego’s Photography understands the significance of this milestone and will work with you to create a memorable and unique experience.

Whether you choose to have your quinceañera portrait session in our studio or at a location of your choice, Diego’s Photography will guide you through the entire process. We will work with you to choose the perfect outfits, props, and backgrounds to create a stunning and personalized session.

During the session, Diego’s Photography will use its expertise in lighting, composition, and posing to capture your beauty and personality. We will ensure that you feel comfortable and confident throughout the session, resulting in natural and authentic photos that truly reflect who you are.

After the session, Diego will provide you with a selection of edited images that you can treasure for a lifetime. These photos will be high-quality and professionally retouched, ensuring that you look your best in every shot.

Overall, a quinceañera portrait session with Diego’s Photography is a special and unique way to celebrate your transition into young adulthood. You will receive personalized attention and a one-of-a-kind experience that you will cherish for years to come.

 

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Learn  Play With Light

Learn Play With Light

Learn to Play With Light, for Planning Great Portraits

Learn Play With Light for Planning Great Portraits. Portrait Photography has been around since almost the birth of Photography itself. In the early days sensitivities were slow and needed people to stay still for a period of time to get the Portrait done. It was obviously a shorter time than painting but still required posing and planning. Portraits are great to do because even though they are very abundant, you can still find innovative ways in which many photographers are achieving portraiture, and when doing portraits as well.
One of the most important parts of General Photography is the workflow, and Portrait, being such a huge branch of Photography, is not an exception. Every photographer has a workflow that will scope between planning and creative improvisation, but planning should always be welded to every photographer’s workflow. Portraits can be posed or candid, they can be done to strangers, or to clients. But the common element here is lighting. You’ll almost always have available natural light natural that can be aided by artificial light. And here comes the main point of this personal opinion of mine, you should plan light, and everything will result GREAT.LLearn Play With Light I love to do light scripts before any kind of portrait project, and this little fella has helped me a lot with this:

For me, natural light is the most beautiful of lights, but it’s very difficult to control it since it goes along with time during the day, and also with weather and the elements. So help of getting a session done with artificial filling light is crucial for portraits. Lea

rn Play For understanding light, you don’t need high-tech equipment, you just need to play with fixed lights and a small doll to truly understand it. Going back in time to your childhood when you used to play with lights and shadows, is going to be almost the same, and you’ll find that you are pretty good at understanding light by doing things this way.

When you start to Learn To Play With Light For Planning Great Portraits, you can define all of these variables when playing with light in a previous exercise to the light scripts:

Quantity of light sources

By defining this, you can see the importance of master lights and fill lights. Or in the best cases, natural light and artificial light aid.L

 Intensity

 You can determine the effects on the mood, by increasing or decreasing the intensity of your light source, it’s important to have at least one light source that allows you to do this

Temperature 

Light can be warm or cool, the temperature of light goes in accordance with white balance and Kelvin degrees.

  Distance

 You can appreciate the effects of the light source by moving it close or far from your prop or light test doll, o like this case using a beautiful model. Learn to Play With Light, For Planning Great Portraits Diego photography-Blog by Diego Salcedo

 Direction 

This is the direction in which the light beam baths the subject. 

Go back to the time when you used to play and be fascinated by small things, and you’ll see how great is to understand light in this practical and humble form. L

Diego Salcedo

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Diego’s Photography

Diego’s Photography

Hello and thank you for your interest in Diego’s Photography.

I am Diego, a professional photographer and owner of Diego’s Photography. I offer a variety of photography services, including creative photography, headshot photography, travel photography, lifestyle photography, weddings, and engagement, family portraits including baby/kids and maternity, fine art photography, modeling and acting portfolios, and more.

Over the past two years, I have worked as a freelance photographer on various projects for advertisers, real estate agencies, publishers, and individual clients. My experience includes retouching, editing, and uploading photographs for online publishing and preparing photographs for print production.

My approach is creative, resourceful, and detail-oriented. I take pride in making the most of every photo and having a keen eye for lighting. I am skilled at working to tight deadlines and juggling multiple jobs at once.

At Diego’s Photography, we strive to provide the best service to each client that walks through our door, sends an email, or calls us on the phone. We have been operating in Vining/Smyrna in Atlanta, GA since 2015 and it has been an amazing experience.

Our team consists of one photographer and an additional assistant, each vetted for their camera skills and personality. We are a happy-go-lucky team of professionals who love the work we do.

If you would like more information about our studio or services, please click here.

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