Stop using white backgrounds for corporate and business headshots

I’ve started to move away from the ubiquitous white backdrop look for corporate and business headshots. When looking around at sites and seeing it in use, I’ve realised it means that people end up looking like commodities, like so many items for sale. They become homogenised. Without a doubt, it’s a lovely, clean look but…

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High-End Corporate Headshot Photography in Sydney

You’re either at the top of your game, or you certainly feel you should be on the way up. The marketing tools you have at your disposal are increasing, but it’s amazing how many people still compromise when it comes to spending money on themselves. And that’s partly due to a perception that some things…

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Sydney Headshot Photography is good for business

Professional headshots are essential for your business. There seems to be a belief in business that a Sydney headshot photography session only takes 30 seconds. That it will suffice as a prime example of you and the company or work you represent. It doesn’t. We’re critically concerned that you get real bang-for-buck and we want…

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Creating sincerity in a Sydney Business Headshot

Trying too hard for headshots. Sincerity needed. Wasn’t it the comedian George Burns who said, “Sincerity – if you can fake that, you’ve got it made.” Sincerity is a genuineness. You are who you are. We’re in the business of creating sincerity in your Sydney Business Headshot. Have you ever done an online search for…

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How We help Create Client Certainty With Sydney Headshots

Most of our clients who come to us for Sydney headshots, and most people for that matter, are still uncomfortable in their own skin and just don’t like being photographed. And the very thought of having a camera right there in front of them creates palpable fear. The obverse of that is measured two ways….

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