Robison Photography, LLC: Blog http://www.robison-photography.com/blog en-us (C) Robison Photography, LLC warren@robison-photography.com (Robison Photography, LLC) Tue, 07 Feb 2017 22:12:00 GMT Tue, 07 Feb 2017 22:12:00 GMT http://www.robison-photography.com/img/s/v-5/u844109932-o442507329-50.jpg Robison Photography, LLC: Blog http://www.robison-photography.com/blog 89 120 How To Download Real Estate Images http://www.robison-photography.com/blog/2017/2/how-to-download-real-estate-images Step by Step instructions on how to download all of the images in a gallery (for my real estate clients)

First, make a note of the password given to you in your invoice.

Then click on the link that was included with your invoice.  This will take you to the gallery with all of your images of the home you're marketing.


Then click on "Select: ALL" in the upper left-hand corner. (see below)

 

Then Click on the "Download" button.  You will then be prompted to enter the password to download your images.  After entering your password your images will be download as a ZIP file into the default download folder for you browser.

Please let me know if you have any questions, or problems.

 

Thanks,

Warren

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Limited Time Black Rain Session! http://www.robison-photography.com/blog/2014/11/limited-time-black-rain-session Robison Photography, LLC presents their special “Black Rain” mini session.  We will only be offering this session on a limited basis.  It will be typically be offered in mid-summer (July), and will be a 30 minute session.  If there is sufficient demand we will offer this special mini-session again late summer.   The session fee will only be $49.00 before any discounts.

If you're interested in having a Black Rain mini-session, please contact Warren at Warren@Robison-Photography.com or call (317) 401-1044 for dates and times available.

 

Below is one sample of the Black Rain session.

 

Below is another example with different back lighting and with the optional fog.

 

 

 

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warren@robison-photography.com (Robison Photography, LLC) 2015 black fairland girl images indiana photography rain robison senior session shelbyville speical warren http://www.robison-photography.com/blog/2014/11/limited-time-black-rain-session Wed, 12 Nov 2014 16:24:15 GMT
Downtown Indy Experience! http://www.robison-photography.com/blog/2014/6/Indy Our Downtown Indy Experience!

As you know, Indianapolis offers a wide verity of locations.  And this session is one of our most popular year end and year out.  Where we go will be dependent to the senior's personality.  But the possibilities are endless.

The Downtown Indy experience starts at $225 and includes up to 3 hours, including travel time. 

Call us today and let's plan your Downtown experience!

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2015 Senior Special http://www.robison-photography.com/blog/2014/6/2015Senior Senior Class of 2015

 

 

It’s that time!!

 

Robison Photography, LLC announces their summer senior promotion.   All seniors can receive up to $75.00 value in savings.  Every senior that books and pays for their senior session by the end of July will receive a booking print credit of $25.00.  You do not have to have your session in July, you only have to have it paid for and booked in July.  We are also offering an order print credit of an additional $25.00 if you place your print order within thirty days after your proofs are presented to you, as well as receive a free wallet tin to hold all of your wallets (a $25.00 value.)  That’s a total savings of $75.00.  But you must act fast if you want to take advantage of all these savings.

 

To receive the booking print credit of $25.00 you must

1) schedule your senior session by midnight July 31st, 2014,

2) pay for your session by midnight July 31st, 2014, and

3) schedule your session between July 1st, 2014 and November 30th, 2014. 

 

To receive the order promotion ($25.00 print credit and tin wallet holder) you must place your print order within thirty days after receiving your proof book if one was purchased, or after your online gallery has been posted to our website if a proof book was not purchased.  

 

No refunds will be given for session fee’s.  Rain dates will be given and will be subject to the photographer’s schedule.

 

This discount is available no matter which session you book.  So no matter if you want our Waterfall Experience, our Downtown Indy Experience, or a location of your choosing book today so you'll be eligible for all of these specials!.

 

For our complete price list, please click here.

 

You not only get awesome pictures but a great time!

 

Contact us today!

 

warren@robison-photography.com

kelli@therobisonfamily.net

(317) 401-1044

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warren@robison-photography.com (Robison Photography, LLC) 2014 2015 fairland girl images indiana photography robison senior session shelbyville warren http://www.robison-photography.com/blog/2014/6/2015Senior Thu, 12 Jun 2014 16:11:59 GMT
2014 Robison Photography, LLC Pricing http://www.robison-photography.com/blog/2014/6/2014pricing Services Price List Prices valid from   1/1/2014 to 12/31/2014         Service ID Service Type Description Price  s-hh Session Fee One-Half Hour Session $49.00 s-oh Session Fee One Hour Session $75.00 s-2h Session Fee Two Hour Session $125.00 s-hr Session Fee Hourly Rate Over Two Hours $50.00 s-wf Session Fee Waterfalls (3 Hours Incl Travel Time) $225.00 s-dt Session Fee Downtown Indy (3 Hours Incl Travel Time) $175.00 P-8w Prints 8-Wallets $10.00 p-46 Prints 4" x 6" Print $9.00 p-57 Prints 5" x 7" Print $11.00 p-69 Prints 6" x 9" Print $12.00 p-810 Prints 8" x 10" Print $19.00 p-8511 Prints 8.5" x 11" Print $20.00 p-812 Prints 8" x 12" Print $20.00 p-1114 Prints 11" x 14" Print $45.00 p-1620 Prints 16" x 20" Print $80.00 p-2024 Prints 20" x 24" Print $95.00 c-810 Canvas Wrap 8"x10" Canvas Gallery Wrap $119.00 c-1010 Canvas Wrap 10"x10" Canvas Gallery Wrap $119.00 c-1114 Canavas Wrap 11"x14" Canvas Gallery Wrap $149.00 c-1020 Canvas Wrap 10"x20" Canvas Gallery Wrap $159.00 c-1620 Canvas Wrap 16"x20" Canvas Gallery Wrap $189.00 p-35 35 Image Proof 8"x10" Proof Book $45.00 p-52 52 Image Proof 8"x10" Proof Book $65.00 p-66 66 Image Proof 8"x10" Proof Book $75.00 WR-01 Web Ready Image 800x600pix at 300ppi $5.00 DI0-1 Large Digitial Image 2100x1600ppi at 300ppi $25.00 DI-02 Small Digitial Image 800x600ppi at 100ppi $15.00

 

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warren@robison-photography.com (Robison Photography, LLC) fairland indiana list photography price robison senior shelbyville warren http://www.robison-photography.com/blog/2014/6/2014pricing Thu, 12 Jun 2014 16:09:12 GMT
Robison Photography's Waterfall Exeprience! http://www.robison-photography.com/blog/2014/6/waterfall Robison Photography, LLC presents it's Waterfall Experience.

Are you wanting that very special, one of a kind senior session?  If so, this is the one session for you!  Plan on getting wet, and bring at least four outfits!. 

 

  This session starts at just $225 and will take at least three hours, including drive time.  Be the talk of your class, book this session today!

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warren@robison-photography.com (Robison Photography, LLC) 2014 2015 fairland girl indiana photography robison senior session shelbyville warren waterfall http://www.robison-photography.com/blog/2014/6/waterfall Thu, 12 Jun 2014 16:05:26 GMT
Why I Don't Shoot Ambient http://www.robison-photography.com/blog/2013/4/why-i-dont-shoot-ambient      I've had several conversations with other portrait photographers the last several years on the subject of using only ambient lighting (also known as available light) for portraits, be if family portraits, or senior portraits.  Although I will shoot only ambient when the conditions are right, 99% of the time I'll use a portable strobe to accentuate my subject(s).  And please don't get me wrong, I am not at all stating that shooting only available light is "wrong" or "bad".  If anything, I'm just saying it's not my style, and below I'll explain why.

     First what do I mean by shooting ambient?  In photography, available, or ambient, light refers to any source of light that is not explicitly supplied by the photographer for the purpose of taking photographs.  The available light typically refers to natural light as in the sun or moon.  But it can also be artificial light from like a lamp or ceiling light fixture.

     Below is a good example of using available light during a senior session I just completed last week:

Shot using only Available Light
 
Camera
Canon EOS 5D Mark III
Focal Length
70mm
Aperture
f/2.8
Exposure
1/80s
ISO
1000
 
Camera
Canon EOS 5D Mark III
Focal Length
70mm
Aperture
f/2.8
Exposure
1/80s
ISO
1000
 
Camera
Canon EOS 5D Mark III
Focal Length
70mm
Aperture
f/2.8
Exposure
1/80s
ISO
1000
 
Camera
Canon EOS 5D Mark III
Focal Length
70mm
Aperture
f/2.8
Exposure
1/80s
ISO
1000
 
Camera
Canon EOS 5D Mark III
Focal Length
70mm
Aperture
f/2.8
Exposure
1/80s
ISO
1000
 
Camera
Canon EOS 5D Mark III
Focal Length
70mm
Aperture
f/2.8
Exposure
1/80s
ISO
1000
 
Camera
Canon EOS 5D Mark III
Focal Length
70mm
Aperture
f/2.8
Exposure
1/80s
ISO
1000
 
Camera
Canon EOS 5D Mark III
Focal Length
70mm
Aperture
f/2.8
Exposure
1/80s
ISO
1000

     In the shot above, I only used available light which in this case was the sun shining through a large window.  The sun was to my right and gave this image a nice lamination to my subject.  This is a great case for shooting available light.

     Many people feel when shooting outside that you do not ever need, or want, to use any light source that is not natural.  I’ve even had a few tell me I’m crazy when I’m shooting on an overcast day.  Here is where I disagree, and here are a few reasons why.  When capturing the personality of an individual I always want to capture the inner being of the individual.   They say the window to the soul is a person’s eyes.  When shooting outside using only ambient light (the sun) they eyes are always shaded by the upper part of the eye socket.  This is what I do not want.  I always want to be able to see the eyes clearly.  Another reason, when shooting on an overcast day, the lighting will be very flat, and your eye will wonder around the images, rather than being drawn to your subject.  As a photographer I do not want your eyes circling around the photograph.  I want your eye to be directed to my subject.

     Here are a couple of samples of what I'm talking about:

 
Camera
Canon EOS-1D Mark IV
Focal Length
82mm
Aperture
f/4
Exposure
1/320s
ISO
100
 
Camera
Canon EOS-1D Mark IV
Focal Length
82mm
Aperture
f/4
Exposure
1/320s
ISO
100
 
Camera
Canon EOS-1D Mark IV
Focal Length
82mm
Aperture
f/4
Exposure
1/320s
ISO
100
 
Camera
Canon EOS-1D Mark IV
Focal Length
82mm
Aperture
f/4
Exposure
1/320s
ISO
100
 
Camera
Canon EOS-1D Mark IV
Focal Length
82mm
Aperture
f/4
Exposure
1/320s
ISO
100

     This image was taken during a winter session for one of my 2013 seniors Madi.  In this example you’ll notice that your eye is drawn to the right eye of Madi.  It’s not wondering around looking at the background.  You’ll also notice that there is a nice gentle falling off of the light.  This falling off of the light gives the image depth, as well as warmth.  It was shot with one portable strobe being located camera left about 40 degrees.

     Now compare that with a test shot I took of my oldest son using only available light:

 
Camera
Canon EOS 50D
Focal Length
200mm
Aperture
f/2.8
Exposure
1/2500s
ISO
200

     This shot was taken on an overcast day which gives you very even light.  The image is rather flat, and you’ll notice the eyes are shaded.  And I think you’ll also notice your eye is very busy looking around his face and does not really rest in any one area.  This is not what a photographer wants to happen.  Our goal is to direct the eye to the subject and have it rest there.

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warren@robison-photography.com (Robison Photography, LLC) 2013 Ambient Don't I Shoot Why fairland indiana photography robison senior session shelbyville warren http://www.robison-photography.com/blog/2013/4/why-i-dont-shoot-ambient Mon, 15 Apr 2013 20:48:29 GMT
2013 Senior - Sarah Burton http://www.robison-photography.com/blog/2012/10/2013-senior---sarah-burton Kelli and I were blessed to meet Sarah last week for her senior session.  Sarah is a beautiful young woman, and her beauty flows over into her personality.

 

 

 
Camera
Canon EOS-1D Mark IV
Focal Length
92mm
Aperture
f/8
Exposure
1/250s
ISO
100
 
Camera
Canon EOS-1D Mark IV
Focal Length
92mm
Aperture
f/8
Exposure
1/250s
ISO
100

 

 

 

 

 
Camera
Canon EOS-1D Mark IV
Focal Length
92mm
Aperture
f/8
Exposure
1/250s
ISO
100

 

 
Camera
Canon EOS-1D Mark IV
Focal Length
73mm
Aperture
f/4
Exposure
1/250s
ISO
250

 

 
Camera
Canon EOS-1D Mark IV
Focal Length
73mm
Aperture
f/4
Exposure
1/250s
ISO
640

 

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warren@robison-photography.com (Robison Photography, LLC) 2013 burton fairland indiana photography robison sarah senior shelbyville warren http://www.robison-photography.com/blog/2012/10/2013-senior---sarah-burton Thu, 11 Oct 2012 12:16:59 GMT
2013 Senior Joe Renton http://www.robison-photography.com/blog/2012/10/2013-senior-joe-renton Here is Mr. Joe Renton (a/k/a Johnny Bravo).  It has been a joy to watch him grow to the man he is today over the years.

 

 

 
Camera
Canon EOS-1D Mark IV
Focal Length
35mm
Aperture
f/4
Exposure
1/200s
ISO
1000

 

 
Camera
Canon EOS-1D Mark IV
Focal Length
32mm
Aperture
f/4
Exposure
1/200s
ISO
320

 

 
Camera
Canon EOS-1D Mark IV
Focal Length
55mm
Aperture
f/4
Exposure
1/200s
ISO
400

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warren@robison-photography.com (Robison Photography, LLC) 2013 central fairland high indiana joe photography renton robison school senior shelbyville triton warren http://www.robison-photography.com/blog/2012/10/2013-senior-joe-renton Thu, 11 Oct 2012 12:12:02 GMT
2013 Senior Madi Woodcock http://www.robison-photography.com/blog/2012/10/2013-senior-madi-woodcock A little over 10 years ago while I was coaching a youth soccer team, two cute little blonde headed girls showed up at our first team practice, Madi and her older sister.  We were blessed to have the opportunity to capture Madi's personality for her senior pictures.  She has grown to be a beautiful young lady.

 

 

 

 

 
Camera
Canon EOS-1D Mark III
Focal Length
35mm
Aperture
f/2.8
Exposure
1/200s
ISO
100

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
Camera
Canon EOS-1D Mark III
Focal Length
68mm
Aperture
f/2.8
Exposure
1/250s
ISO
320

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warren@robison-photography.com (Robison Photography, LLC) 2013 fairland indiana madi model photography robison senior session shelbyville warren woodcock http://www.robison-photography.com/blog/2012/10/2013-senior-madi-woodcock Thu, 11 Oct 2012 12:05:07 GMT
Brittany and the pink pig http://www.robison-photography.com/blog/2012/8/brittany-and-the-pink-pig Ok, I forgot about this image until Brittany asked about it last week.  Just got some spare time to dig it up and post it.  So...this one is for you Brittany!

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warren@robison-photography.com (Robison Photography, LLC) blue brick brittany canon fairland madison miller morriston ohio photography pig ping portraits river robison senior session shelbyville waldron warren white http://www.robison-photography.com/blog/2012/8/brittany-and-the-pink-pig Thu, 09 Aug 2012 00:37:59 GMT
Brittany Miller Photo Shoot http://www.robison-photography.com/blog/2012/8/brittany-miller-photo-shoot Brittany wanted one of her sessions down in Madison, Indiana.  So we thought...sure why not.  So we hiked down to one creek (keep in mind I packed a 1D body, two lens', one strobe, one flash and a battery for the strobe) in 95 degree temps with about a 1/2 mile vertical drop.  But it was worth it as we were able to get some great shots!

 

 

 
Camera
Canon EOS-1D Mark IV
Focal Length
43mm
Aperture
f/2.8
Exposure
1/200s
ISO
100

 

Not only is she a beautiful young lady, but she is fearless.  Before we did the shot above we noticed the little feller below:

 

Water SnakeBrittany had no fear and went into the water not five feet from the snake.

 

Below is one example of our lighting for the shots around town, and one of my favorites.

It was a long day, but Brittany was a trooper and made it a blast.

 

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warren@robison-photography.com (Robison Photography, LLC) clifty falls girl images indiana lady madison park photography pictures robison senior session state http://www.robison-photography.com/blog/2012/8/brittany-miller-photo-shoot Thu, 02 Aug 2012 12:39:50 GMT