Professional Corporate Headshots


Your professional headshot is your first impression, and first impressions count. Employment-oriented social networking services such as LinkedIn can connect you to a wide range of trusted contacts all around the world. As we evolve into a new medium of building business relationships, we now expanded the ability to reach out for that one job we’ve always wanted. The first thing they will see, is your professional headshot.
Realtors • Doctors • Lawyers • Insurance • Business Professionals

Corporate Headshot Packages

Express Headshot

$150

up to 30 min
  • 1 outfit (not provided)
  • 1 Retouched Image
  • Gallery Download

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On-Location

$800

We come to your location and photograph up to 5 people. Each additional person $75
  • Your Location
  • Hi-Res Digital Images
  • Your Chosen Headshots Retouched
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Headshot Gallery

TOP 10 HEADSHOT TIPS

MAKING THE MOST OUT OF YOUR ONLINE PROFILE:

1) Represent Who You Are

Stand out from the crowd and think about what makes you unique and special. Are you a great salesperson or communicator? Whatever your profession is there is a way to express it through a single headshot.
It’s also important to choose a style of the photo shoot that reflects “you”. Who are you trying to market and how to dress accordingly. Depending on the occupation, your photo shoot should adapt to achieve your professional look.

2) Go Natural

A natural look and smile, will make you look more cordial and approachable. Even what you consume such as hot drinks or caffeine can make you look sweaty and flustered. Food intake can make you feel tired or bloated. Stay hydrated and eat light and healthy, then your skin will have a healthy glow.

3) Prepare Your Pose

Practice for that natural pose you want to achieve. Many photographers are on a tight schedule, so be ready when your session begins. Try standing in front of a mirror, practice makes perfect!

4) The Clean Look

It’s very important as you enter the photo shoot is to remove all oil and grease from your skin and hair. For women: avoid wearing too much foundation or shiny make-up. Spray tans are also not recommended. Go natural and let the professionals do their work.

5) Distraction of Colors

When it comes to your wardrobe during the photo shoot, stay simple. Stay within the mid-tone colors, they work best. Don’t choose anything with bold, distracting patterns or colors. This will distract people from looking at your face.

6) Get Your ZZZ’s

Make sure you get a good amount of sleep. Being in the business world, it’s definitely easier said than done. But it’s clearly noticeable when someone hasn’t had enough rest. Nobody wants to do business or work with someone who looks exhausted. So make sure you reserve a lot of time for some sleep.

7) Be Colorful

Unless you are going for the Film Noir look, which is not recommended for a headshot. Go for the more modern colorful look. Keep your photos crisp and at high resolution, this is quality. We want you to look radiant.

8) Keep Eye Contact

Part of giving a powerful first impression is eye contact. Eye contact shows that you are interested in building relationships as well as being the right person to discuss new business with. You will look engaged and interested.
So sit up straight and tall, remember to make eye contact. Having good posture also demonstrates having more authority and confidence in your headshot.

9) Make Way for Crop

Many of our social sites automatically crop images. Forcing you to either compromise the aspect ratio and your photo can look pixelated or your crop is too close to your face with no personal space. Plan for this to make sure the cropped image is still sharp and keeps you looking your best.

10) Stay in the Studio

Always go for shoots at the studio and avoid outdoor settings for a professional headshot. Couple of the many factors would consist of the background being too distracting or the weather won’t be as cooperative. You are the focus, so studios can custom the background and lighting to showcase “you”.

Pre-Shoot Advise

TIPS FOR MEN

Ties and Knots

Go for a modern fresh look, conceal the top button of your shirt and go for ties that are solid in color. Combining this with a suit, you will look sophisticated.

Shirts and Suits

Part of dressing sharp is wearing clean and fitted clothing. Tailored suits also stand out. Three piece suits make you look smart. Pastel shades and white shirts projects you more than patterned styles. Furthermore, this will radiate your sense of worth.

For Less Corporate

For the less corporate individual, such as an entrepreneur in tech, food, arts, design, fashion and blogging, go for more contemporary fashion where you can still look sharp. Stay away from hoodies or anything that looks too casual. Dressing sharp attracts and keeps wanted attention. Attention is wanted when you are seeking to establish yourself.

Nails and Accessories

Before your photo shoot, consider your nails and make sure they are clean. By ensuring that your body is clean and well presented, you are more assured of projecting a positive body image that reflects your personality. You can also look sophisticated by sporting a modern looking watch.


TIPS FOR WOMEN

Suit Jackets, Sleeveless Dresses, Patterns, Colors and Jewelry

Before the photoshoot go pamper yourself. Treat yourself to a manicure. Arrive with clean looking nails are a sign of success and an accessory such as a modern looking watch can help you look as successful as the people you would like to attract to do new business with you.

Hair and Nails

Making sure your hair color is presentable is essential, so if you’re not happy with how your roots are looking, please make sure you visit a salon prior to the corporate headshot. Avoid any bold hair colors.
When it comes to nails; French manicured, pale/nude colors
work well. Try to compliment the nail color with the outfit, and if you’re doing multiple outfits, perhaps keep it neutral.

For Less Corporate

For the less corporate individual, such as an entrepreneur in tech, food, arts, design, fashion and blogging, go for more contemporary fashion where you can still look sharp. Stay away from hoodies or anything that looks too casual. Dressing sharp attracts and keeps wanted attention. Attention is wanted when you are seeking to establish yourself.


Some Common Mistakes

Eye Contact

Eye contact shows that you are interested and engaged to build business relationships. Eye contact is a powerful act of communication and respect. You want to be that person they want to do business with.

On The Phone

Being on the phone in an image shows others that you are too busy for new inquiries. A headshot like this also shows the lack of desire to listen. You need to be obtainable for your contacts.

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