Environmental – Editorial and Equestrian Portrait Photography
All portraits are made on location.
Portrait fee is for a sitting on location in a single day.
Fee includes one print up to 20″x30” on art paper or canvas.
Portraits are printed with archival pigment inks on beautiful art cotton papers or artist’s canvas.
Sizes and presentation are customized to the client’s preference.
Size is also determined by final cropping or adjustments of the image.
Framing is available upon request.
The simple elegance of a fine portrait in black and white portrait photography
…In any color you want,so long as it’s in black… and white.
“I find that the timelessness and simple elegance of a black and white portrait, most of the times, captures and reflects the exquisite elegance of the subjects I am portraying, at their best.” – And yes, of course, Galliani does portraits in color at clients request, as well.
Color portrait photography is taken differently than black and white photography, with the lighting and environment as two of the main factors. We can take multiple shoots in different locations or shoot in a single location. To make an appointment contact us by phone or email.
Not all headshot photography is created the same way. Depending on the type and style we’re looking to capture, taking a professional headshot will vary for each of our clients. We’re looking for the authentic and originally made photos. Unlike studio or retail photography, our methods are more environmental and specific settings to each clients taste.
Companies looking to standardize their employee headshots or executive team, we can set up times to photograph each and every member.
Uses of corporate and business headshots:
Board of Directors
Marketing Promotional Material
About Eduardo Galliani’s Equestrian Portrait Photography
Paraphrasing a comment heard time after time, in different places and styles, to describe the look and feel of Galliani’s portraits – “Made from a selected frame in the most memorable scene of a movie”.
This expression illustrates the cinematic approach to reality in composing his equestrian portraits. After all, that is precisely what Galliani studied to do, thus earning his BFA in Cinematography and Photojournalism at the University of Miami.
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