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Embracing Limitations through Virtual Shoot

22 Mei, 2020

We are not interested to do virtual shoot at first. Mainly because of the quality and the process to create the image. Unlike the regular photoshoot, there are additional factors that affected the image quality - internet connection, client’s gadget and the limitation to set the camera freely from the photographer’s perspective. Most of them are beyond our control and that’s the cons that we think about. Furthermore, we think that clients need to prepare more than just apparel and that could be burdensome.


However, being in quarantine and working from home for a few months, we begin to grow interest to do virtual shoots. The ability to have us engage with clients and explore what we haven't done before somehow surpasses the limitation it has.

That's how we decided to catch up with our previous clients, who are mainly newly-weds now. We wanted to know how’s their quarantine, married life, and their impression of the previous session with us. At the end of the conversation, we asked their help for the virtual shoot.

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Here’s the result from #bareoddsLeon, #bareoddsMike and #bareoodsDre. It is a little different from #bareoodsDre because what he actually did was a virtual directing, it means he did the briefing and given shot list to clients for them to do the shot. You can also see the clips from each conversation on our Instagram feed. 

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“Near the end of the session, the internet connection was really poor and the pixelated screen was all I could see. But anyway, it forces me to create without aiming for perfection, it helps me explore with an open end in my mind. Overall it was quite fun,” said Leon.

Igor-Nita
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Unlike Leon, Mike experienced a lot of pressure from the technical issue. The internet connection was bad, the client’s selfie stick wasn’t work properly, and the limitation to set the exposure was also a big problem for him. “I was indeed forced to embrace the limitation but I don’t want to spice things up, the one that I enjoy was only the conversation with Martin & Ica. We've been arranging a meet up after their Wedding day this January and then COVID came so we ended up on screen.”

Martinus-Clarissa

     GIF_Mike_02

“It’s actually a fun project to do during quarantine. Clear direction and client’s previous experiences with the video production are two things that help a lot in the process. Though it was undeniable that regular shooting is far more convenience and effective when it comes to capturing client’s emotion.”

“Oh how I missed my regular work and going for a trip.,” Dre adds up.

Afterall, thank you Igor & Nita, Martinus & Clarissa, and William & Irene! Stay safe and healthy!

 

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Embracing Limitations through Virtual Shoot

By Bare Odds on 22 Mei, 2020

We are not interested to do virtual shoot at first. Mainly because of the quality and the process to create the image. Unlike the regular photoshoot, there are additional factors that affected the image quality - internet connection, client’s gadget and the limitation to set the camera freely from the photographer’s perspective. Most of them are beyond our control and that’s the cons that we think about. Furthermore, we think that clients need to prepare more than just apparel and that could be burdensome.


However, being in quarantine and working from home for a few months, we begin to grow interest to do virtual shoots. The ability to have us engage with clients and explore what we haven't done before somehow surpasses the limitation it has.

That's how we decided to catch up with our previous clients, who are mainly newly-weds now. We wanted to know how’s their quarantine, married life, and their impression of the previous session with us. At the end of the conversation, we asked their help for the virtual shoot.

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Here’s the result from #bareoddsLeon, #bareoddsMike and #bareoodsDre. It is a little different from #bareoodsDre because what he actually did was a virtual directing, it means he did the briefing and given shot list to clients for them to do the shot. You can also see the clips from each conversation on our Instagram feed. 

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“Near the end of the session, the internet connection was really poor and the pixelated screen was all I could see. But anyway, it forces me to create without aiming for perfection, it helps me explore with an open end in my mind. Overall it was quite fun,” said Leon.

Igor-Nita
-

Unlike Leon, Mike experienced a lot of pressure from the technical issue. The internet connection was bad, the client’s selfie stick wasn’t work properly, and the limitation to set the exposure was also a big problem for him. “I was indeed forced to embrace the limitation but I don’t want to spice things up, the one that I enjoy was only the conversation with Martin & Ica. We've been arranging a meet up after their Wedding day this January and then COVID came so we ended up on screen.”

Martinus-Clarissa

     GIF_Mike_02

“It’s actually a fun project to do during quarantine. Clear direction and client’s previous experiences with the video production are two things that help a lot in the process. Though it was undeniable that regular shooting is far more convenience and effective when it comes to capturing client’s emotion.”

“Oh how I missed my regular work and going for a trip.,” Dre adds up.

Afterall, thank you Igor & Nita, Martinus & Clarissa, and William & Irene! Stay safe and healthy!

 

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Bare Odds on Junebug Best Engagement Photos of 2019

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