Since you clicked this, I am assuming you’d like to know a little bit about me... If you couldn’t tell, my name is Greg Eident and, amongst many other things that I do, I’m a photographer. Now when I say I’m a photographer, I actually mean it. I’m not one of those people who just went out and bought an expensive camera and now claim that they are with no official training at all. After I decided to pursue this passion, I enrolled in the Brooks Institute of Photography. I knew that if I was going to charge people for my work, I wanted to make sure I was giving the best product I could offer. So for 8 months on the weekends I drove up to Ventura to learn from working professionals how use the camera to get the images I want. After graduating with a Certificate, I then started working freelance shooting headshots, weddings, model portfolios and even editorial work for an online magazine called Rising. As I also do other things, I am now concentrating all my efforts to focus on photography and do it full time. I hope to have a studio in a couple years, but right now I work from home and shoot on location.
I believe my work speaks for itself. I plan on being the best I can be and am constantly improving myself and identifying my style with every shoot I have. If you like my work and would like to shoot with me, contact me and lets set something up. I’d do it sooner rather than later, because I am not going to be cheap forever...
For Actors and Models:
Now when I shoot a portrait or headshot; what I do, is try to capture YOU. Anyone can take a beautiful picture of you, but is it really you? I know how important it is for a manager, agent, casting director to see that same person (both in look and expression) from the headshot walk in that door for the interview/audition. This is what I strive to get for you during your shoot. Also, coming from an acting background and having worked for a casting service, I know what kind of shot they’re looking for. So why would you go to someone else? :)