Questions you should be asking your headshot photographer

In photography, there’s a lot of assumptions made by both client and photographer. But we’re at a point where, rather than us assuming what you need, and you as clients assuming what we provide, we’re far better served by a conversation. That conversation covers a wide range of ideas. What questions should you be discussing…

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Photographing Corporate Team Headshots on location or in a studio

For many years now, we’ve been photographing corporate team headshots on location or in our studio. Being able to gather together your group at a single time is useful; we can create a specific look that is then quickly executed throughout the shoots. Within five to ten minutes we can provide one look (or two…

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Do you care about your professional corporate headshot?

We believe you should care about having a professional corporate headshot. A poorly done headshot says more than some think; ”I can afford not to care.” It implies you don’t care enough. From our photographic perspective, we care, of course, about helping you create a professional corporate headshot that stands out, that reflects you, and…

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The real reason your existing business headshot is not working for you

Is your current business headshot working for you? It’s probably hard to tell, isn’t it? Do you know the reasons why existing headshots do or don’t work? Headshots, for the most part, have very little to do with art and fundamentally more to do with psychology, a little science, some repeatable technique, and relationship theory….

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9 ways we create a flattering corporate headshot for our clients

A flattering corporate headshot requires technical skill and excellent human interaction. These photographs are for uses in corporate and commercial work, small to big business, websites, technical and research papers or news media, social media like Twitter and LinkedIn. They need to hit the mark and tell your story quickly in the best possible way….

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