Capturing Powerful Sports Portraits

Jason & Joanne Marino

Joanne and Jason explain the importance of posing, lighting and client expectations when photographing student-athletes. In this video, Jason and Joanne will explain three-point and four-point lighting during studio shoots and how photographing in a studio can be a great benefit. Jason demonstrates how posing and lighting can emphasize strength and power to create dramatic prints. They also discuss the importance of being able to improvise, honing your craft and continuously marketing your brand of athletic photography. Props: Stool, Helmet, Atmosphere Aerosol

Jason & Joanne Marino Bio

Hailing from the heart of Route 66 in Kingman, Arizona, Jo and Jason Marino own Imagine Photography. With a studio income far outpacing industry averages, the couple thrive by providing an unparalleled client experience, and high end service. They have been able to create beautiful artwork for clients, and grow a successful business in rural America, while living the life they desire. The couple are Interfit Photographic, MagMod, and Fundy Software ambassadors. Parents to four teenagers, they enjoy watching their kids play sports, international travel holidays, and RVing with the whole gang.