We have discovered that we are capable of doing “essentially” anything since lockdown began. We probably would not have believed it if someone had told us a few years ago that we would be exercising with Joe Wicks every morning, going to the National Opera, and enrolling in art classes while seated in front of a computer.
How times have changed, indeed! In order to continue capturing such priceless moments, photographers have to devise new strategies for interacting closely with their clients. Introducing the digital picture shoot! It resembles taking selfies in your bathroom a little bit. Actually, it’s a brilliant strategy for photographers to keep doing what they do best: taking you in. Despite being a relatively new idea, it is one that is likely to endure the pandemic, as evidenced by Meghan and Harry’s decision to announce their pregnancy with a distant shooting photo. If you have lately used Zoom or group video chats, you are probably already familiar with the blurry pictures and unattractive frozen expressions that come along with video conversations. In a nutshell, a virtual photoshoot is a photo session that takes place in the virtual world. A digital photo shoot, however, is entirely different. Prior to your portrait session, your photographer will ask you to download a photography app that is especially made for remote shots. The visuals have a lot more detail than a typical WhatsApp call.