The Light Committee

The Light Committee

Rafael Larin

La Crescenta, CA


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2 years in business
1 employees

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I provide premium photography services that help clients achieve their goal of standing out - whether it's an actor headshot or product photographs against competing products. This is supported with strong experience in all types of photography - portraits / headshots, lifestyle and products - and an extensive marketing and public relations background. Complete information about The Light Committee is available at


Commercial Photography, Acting Headshots, Business Photography, Corporate Headshots, Family Portrait Photography, Headshot Photography, Modeling Headshots, Portrait Photography


La Crescenta, CA 91214

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What is your typical process for working with a new customer?

Photography services are based on careful planning for any photo shoot, whether a headshot session or on-site lifestyle photography. A mood board is often used to pre-define ideas to capture. Digital downloads are made available for finalized images. Printing services are also available.

What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

BA, Journalism, California State University, Northridge

Do you have a standard pricing system for your services? If so, please share the details here.

Rates vary by photo shoot.

How did you get started in this business?

I transformed my passion for photography as a hobby into a business when my corporate clients began asking me for photography services alongside my PR / marketing consulting.

What types of customers have you worked with?

For corporations, I've worked with a jewelry vendor, clothing vendor, personal accessories vendors, home decor, and more. For individuals, I've worked with all types needing portraits or headshots, from families to actors / actresses or corporate executives.

What advice would you give a customers looking to hire a vendor in your area of expertise?

Try to pre-define what images, and how many, you seek to have captured and the mood you want from them.

What questions should customers think through before talking to vendors about their needs?

How many pictures do you need? If it's for a product, how many per product or what themes or backgrounds do you want for them? Do you want them modeled or alongside props? What do you want the images to convey, in terms of a message? For individuals, do you want dramatic or cheery pictures, bright or dark, natural light or studio light. Any good photographer will help you with these questions too.