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"Chris helped me with some new headshots for business cards and other marketing material. His studio is beautiful and I am so pleased with the outcome of my photos. He was patient and gave me some great advice on what to do during my shoot. I hope to use Chris again for future photography needs." - Falon
Why Choose Us?
• 25 years as a Professional Photographer
• Dozens of 5-STAR Reviews
• Same Day Delivery
• We include complimentary retouching on your favorite image!
• Both Web-Optimized size for Linked-In and Print-ready Size for Business cards Included!
• We offer a 100% no-risk guarantee that you will love your headshots or it's free!
Environmental Corporate Photography
CEO Portraits, Office Culture, Staff Group Shots, Year End Reports
Tips and Tricks for preparing for your Professional Headshots:
Before you start shooting, take a look in the mirror to make sure your hair looks natural and nothing is out of place. A little bit of hairspray or moisture is a good idea to bring with you, but don’t go overboard. You want to make sure you maintain your natural look. Before your official shoot begins, we will take a practice image that you can review to make sure everything looks in place.
When shooting a professional headshot, a little makeup goes a long way. It's always best to start light and layer as needed. Once you see how your makeup appears on camera, you will quickly see that less makeup goes a long way, even if you are accustomed to wearing more. Powder is always good to have to reduce shine under the lights. If you need any advice, ask us and we will be happy to help.
Make sure everything is clean and wrinkle-free. Stay away from loud patterns and distracting logos/or graphics.You can hang your clothing items on our wardrobe racks in the studio.We do have a steamer on set, but taking the time to steam your wardrobe can take away time from shooting. If you run hot or sweat when nervous, stick to darker colors. If needed, we carry lint rollers and clothespins to make any small adjustments needed to wardrobes while shooting.
4. Water and Rest. Be sure to hydrate and drink plenty of water staring 48 hrs before the shoot. Try your best to get a full nights sleep the night before. This helps skin to look healthy and hydrated.
5. Communication is Key
Since headshot sessions are usually quite short, you should share your thoughts with your photographer beforehand to make sure you’re on the same page. Let them know exactly what you’d like to get from the headshots, in terms of the overall look and feel you’d like to go for and other expectations you may have. The more you communicate with us before the shoot, the easier it will be for us to meet your needs and produce great results.
**BONUS** We do shoot live to a large computer screen so you can preview the images in real time to make sure you love your new headshot!
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