Commencement is a distinctive occasion. Graduates will normally be dressed in caps & gowns, as will faculty as many institutions. However, for individuals not wearing graduation regalia but with a
In three previous articles, we have discussed the best position for a photographer while taking handshake pictures of graduates being individually recognized on stage.
What is the best angle for a photographer to stand in order to capture great handshake photographs at commencement? Although the answer is somewhat subjective, years of purchasing data suggest one
At commencement ceremonies, there are a number of factors that go into trying to capture the best possible handshake photographs. In an earlier article, we wrote about the appropriate distance
As a commencement coordinator, you know that stage layout at your ceremony is normally planned well in advance. In fact, at most institutions, how elements are arranged on the ceremony stage rarely
The University of South Florida in Tampa recently made headlines by prohibiting graduates from taking “selfie” pictures while being individually recognized on stage during commencement. Making a
Postal mail, email, and text message are all ways GradImages can provide graduates with access to their proofs from commencement and student portrait events. However, without the ability to acquire
At commencement, offering close-up photographs is a great way to provide additional photo options to your graduates and their families.
The Difference Between Ceremony Portraits and Close-Ups
In this article, we will explore why using a reader list to announce graduate names as they cross the stage is not a best practice for commencement ceremonies.
For the sake of argument, let's assume
When a school enters into an “all-inclusive” agreement for photography services, this typically means one (and only one) photographer has been retained for all pictures at that institution,