A few weeks ago we blogged about out our upcoming shoot with The Bert Show. This past Sunday we stepped into Big Studio at 8:00am and stepped out at 8:15pm, and somewhere in the middle we pulled off our first studio shoot. Our e-mail to the creative team summarizes both how grateful we are for the experience, and how much we have learned and grown as photographers for having had this opportunity.
“I will try to keep this short, but I want to offer my sincerest thank you to everyone involved in yesterday’s shoot. I had a nice talk with CJ after the shoot that gave me some insight on how the shoot seemed to flow and it was very encouraging. Yesterday was the first time Tiff and I have ever shot inside a studio, and the first time I have ever shot with studio lights. It is not lost on us how fortunate we are to have our very first studio shoot be for The Bert Show, and be as large a production as it was. Thank you Bert, Stacey and everyone involved for giving us this opportunity. I have to thank Tiff for finding Big Studio because I don’t think we could have had a better space, and thank you to Sarah the studio manager for showing me how to actually plug the studio lights in and turn them on.”
*Yes, I had no idea how to actually turn studio lights on before this.
Starting the day off on the cyc wall I had the lovely help of Tiff, Seth and Tara to sit in while I tested exposure. Once set it was time for the cast of The Bert Show.
Bert Weiss, Host of The Bert Show.
Kristin Klingshirn, Co-Host and Jeff Dauler, Executive Producer of The Bert Show.
One of my favorite images of the day. Stacey Weiss, Executive Director of Bert’s Big Adventure.
Part of the beauty of Big Studio is all of the set options it gives in one location. After we wrapped the cyc it was only a slight shift to the left and we were able to continue our shots on this exposed brick wall. Starting with The Bert Show cast and the entire Bert Show team.
Troika studios, the creative marketing studio who works closely with both The Bert Show and Bert’s Big Adventure.
The ladies behind Bert’s Big Adventure, the non-profit we simply can’t say enough good things about. You can see images from our last trip with Bert’s Big Adventure HERE.
It was certainly a full house at Big Studio.
-Robert & Tiffany
Studio | Big Studio
Styling | Style Diner
Hair & Makeup | Balance Salon
Photography | Rustic White Photography