Seeing is Believing!
Check Out These You Tube Videos
to See Hundreds of Images Captured
at Recent Trade Shows
Take a look at images we created in trade show booths, under the most difficult of conditions and with minimal space. Our photographers used only a single main light, a reflector for a fill, and an overhead separation light with background screens as small as 4 x 6 feet.
If we could create these beautiful images under these very difficult conditions, imagine what you could do in your studio with Virtual Backgrounds and your lighting and creativity! Virtual Backgrounds can help lead you to new profitability. Yes, you can do it!
Check out these sample images from Photokina, Imaging USA, WPPI, PMA, and Western States.
PPA’s Imaging USA Phoenix, Arizona
Photographers Cindy Cofer, Trevon Baker, Joseph and Louise Simone, and Greg Stangl captured hundreds of photographs of both trade show attendees and amateur models. Over 7,000 photographers attended the event.
WPPI Las Vegas, Nevada
Photographers Cindy Cofer and Trevon Baker captured images of dozens of photographers attending the WPPI show and several amateur models. Over 12,000 photographers attended WPPI.
PMA Las Vegas, Nevada
Montana photographer, Trevon Baker, and Virtual Backgrounds founder and president, Henry Oles together attended the largest US photo show, PMA. The sample photographs you will see here were captured on a 4 x 6 foot screen showing how much can be done on such a small backgroundwhen using Virtual Backgrounds.
Western States Pasadena, California
Trevon Baker and Greg Stangl captured these images at the largest California trade show, Western States in Pasadena, California.
Photokina Koln, Germany
Virtual Backgrounds exhibits at Photokina, the world’s largest photography show held every two years in Koln, Germany attracting well over 100,000 photographers from all over the world. Photographers, Joseph and Louise Simone, Trevon Baker, Cindy Cofer, Marian Oles, and Greg Stangl were able to quickly capture exciting sample images of Photokina attendees who stopped to have a look.