July Bobble Head Portraits

When you use a wide angle lens, like my Canon 17-40, you have to pay close attention to the distortion that is created when you shoot the lens at the wider settings.  The distortion is especially prominent when you shoot with a full frame camera body like the Canon 5D III.   It is usually recommended that you try to avoid the distortion, especially when taking portraits but instead I have decided to start embracing it to make some fun, intentionally goofy portraits during my senior photo sessions.  I have been calling these portraits my “Bobble Head Portraits”, the reason will be blatantly obvious as you view the photos!

The main goal of my senior sessions is to make sure that my clients look great, an important part of achieving that goal is to make sure that we always have a fun time working together and these Bobble Head Portraits are sure to bring a laugh or two.  Here are the Bobble Head Portraits from my July photo sessions.

Intentionally goofy portraits called Bobble Head Portraits taken by Jason Duchow with a wide angle lens on a full frame camera. Intentionally goofy portraits called Bobble Head Portraits taken by Jason Duchow with a wide angle lens on a full frame camera. Intentionally goofy portraits called Bobble Head Portraits taken by Jason Duchow with a wide angle lens on a full frame camera. Intentionally goofy portraits called Bobble Head Portraits taken by Jason Duchow with a wide angle lens on a full frame camera. Intentionally goofy portraits called Bobble Head Portraits taken by Jason Duchow with a wide angle lens on a full frame camera. Intentionally goofy portraits called Bobble Head Portraits taken by Jason Duchow with a wide angle lens on a full frame camera. Intentionally goofy portraits called Bobble Head Portraits taken by Jason Duchow with a wide angle lens on a full frame camera. Intentionally goofy portraits called Bobble Head Portraits taken by Jason Duchow with a wide angle lens on a full frame camera. Intentionally goofy portraits called Bobble Head Portraits taken by Jason Duchow with a wide angle lens on a full frame camera. Intentionally goofy portraits called Bobble Head Portraits taken by Jason Duchow with a wide angle lens on a full frame camera. Intentionally goofy portraits called Bobble Head Portraits taken by Jason Duchow with a wide angle lens on a full frame camera. Intentionally goofy portraits called Bobble Head Portraits taken by Jason Duchow with a wide angle lens on a full frame camera. Intentionally goofy portraits called Bobble Head Portraits taken by Jason Duchow with a wide angle lens on a full frame camera. Intentionally goofy portraits called Bobble Head Portraits taken by Jason Duchow with a wide angle lens on a full frame camera. Intentionally goofy portraits called Bobble Head Portraits taken by Jason Duchow with a wide angle lens on a full frame camera. Intentionally goofy portraits called Bobble Head Portraits taken by Jason Duchow with a wide angle lens on a full frame camera. Intentionally goofy portraits called Bobble Head Portraits taken by Jason Duchow with a wide angle lens on a full frame camera.Intentionally goofy portraits called Bobble Head Portraits taken by Jason Duchow with a wide angle lens on a full frame camera. Intentionally goofy portraits called Bobble Head Portraits taken by Jason Duchow with a wide angle lens on a full frame camera. Intentionally goofy portraits called Bobble Head Portraits taken by Jason Duchow with a wide angle lens on a full frame camera. Intentionally goofy portraits called Bobble Head Portraits taken by Jason Duchow with a wide angle lens on a full frame camera. Intentionally goofy portraits called Bobble Head Portraits taken by Jason Duchow with a wide angle lens on a full frame camera. Intentionally goofy portraits called Bobble Head Portraits taken by Jason Duchow with a wide angle lens on a full frame camera. Intentionally goofy portraits called Bobble Head Portraits taken by Jason Duchow with a wide angle lens on a full frame camera. Intentionally goofy portraits called Bobble Head Portraits taken by Jason Duchow with a wide angle lens on a full frame camera.

Jason Duchow Photography is located in Oldtown, Idaho and does on location portraiture throughout Northern Idaho and Eastern Washington.   Jason specializes in environmental portrait photography often with the use of  dramatic lighting techniques and is also known for his freelance sports photography work for www.idahosports.com, The Coeur d’Alene Press, The Bonner County Daily Bee, Priest River Times, Newport Miner, Sandpoint Living Local and a handful of other newspapers and publications.

0 replies

Leave a Reply

Want to join the discussion?
Feel free to contribute!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *