JC - Originals Photography


Hello and welcome to my blog!

This is where I share sneak peeks with my clients and tidbits of my family through photography. I'm very blessed to be doing what I've always wanted to do... stay at home with my 3 beautiful children and photograph those around me; all with the support of my loving husband. In the meantime, sit back, relax and enjoy a little bit of us and my photography! Oh and I love comments... Let me know you're reading and what you like about it! Jill Cornelius **If you're looking for older posts, scroll down to the bottom of this page and you will find the archives. Then you can select the month or exact post you're looking for.

JC-Originals Photography

Jill is a Rockwall, Caddo Mills, Royse City, and other surrounding East Dallas areas Family, Baby, and Children Photographer Specializing in Natural Light On Location Photography.


A different kind of client...

So my most recent client is a bit different. I can't say that they've been easier or more difficult... It's hard to get any other expression out of them than what I got, but at the same time, they don't move, cry, run-off, etc. They should be the perfect client with those traits... Ha!

Enough joking around... I recently got asked to re-do the gallery for a local company called ProSoap. I'd like to present them with 2-3 different poses (locations) for each product, so here are the two I have come up with so far. Kev has another one in mind for me, but I thought I'd run this by the crew to see what you all think. Their previous background was a black backdrop with their motto on a banner. Not too bad, but they want to convey the whole 'green' aspect and promote how their product is activated by water.

You'll probably recognize this first location from my 'Serene' post.

(I probably need to brighten the bucket up a bit in this first one)

So do these locations convey those things for you? Or should I go for our 3rd location? I bet you want to know that location first, huh?


Jerry Welch said...

I like the top one. But you can't mention another option and not show it! Bring out #3!

Amy said...

The first one seems to grab my eye more on the bucket than the second. But, you may want to zoom in more on the bucket or brighten it up more because my ey still wants to go toward the background.


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