Let’s be honest, we all remember dreadful school picture days. No one looked forward to keeping the nice clothes handpicked by our parents clean and neat all day. These memories creep into the minds of instructors as they have their professor portraits taken each year. However, picture days don’t have to be horrible.
“What I assumed would be a quick “sit-and-click” professor portrait turned out to be so much more. I honestly appreciate Colby for taking his time to create a stellar experience. Prior to arriving, I was not looking forward to getting my picture taken. I was afraid that I wouldn’t like the result (because I am so picky), but I absolutely love the pictures that he captured.” –Josh Jenkins
Josh is a college professor at DeBusk College of Osteopathic Medicine. He still remembers the despised school picture days from his childhood. That is why he was not happy when it was time to have his professor portraits made. However, he was pleased to learn his experience in my studio would be nothing like those rushed school photo sessions. I gladly take the time to prepare each client for the session. This includes considering who will be viewing the images and what the subject does.
At Colby’s Photo & Video, I strive to create a relaxed and laid-back environment for every studio portrait we take. I want the client to feel as natural with the camera as he does with his class. This is why I work with every professor to ensure that they are comfortable with their photos. I know that subjects do have a busy schedule so we review and edit their photos in the studio and deliver the images immediately.
DeBusk College of Osteopathic Medicine is a highly reviewed college that employs many great professors, including Josh Jenkins. He and his team at DeBusk work with bright students who want to make a difference in the world of medicine. The college offers many great programs such as Doctor of Physical or Occupational Therapy, Ph.D. in Anatomical Education, and of course Osteopathic Medicine. To learn more about the programs and student activities, or to check out Josh’s portrait click here.