With Superbowl LVI fast approaching, it seems like a good time to showcase a recent American Football themed shoot featuring Tegan.The idea for this theme had been bubbling away behind the scenes for quite a while, so it was great to finally get together and bring it to life. Here’s a look at one of […]Read More Shotgun.
Get some real estate into the iris! How often do we see images shot with flash where the pupils of our subject are dilated? Do we want our subject’s beautiful blue eyes to sparkle in our photograph, or do we want pupils that look like saucepan lids to overshadow them? As a headshot and portrait […]Read More Photography Quick tips.
I absolutely love shooting headshots. Working together with people who are willing to invest time and effort into upgrading their online image is extremely rewarding. Your headshot or profile picture speaks volumes about how seriously you wish to be perceived by others, so if you want to get noticed I’m here to get you noticed, […]Read More Actor Headshots.
Well, break a knee in my case.Sorry to report that I slipped and broke my knee in December. After reconstructive surgery on my kneecap to wire it all back together, I’ve been pretty much home-bound, recovering ever since. Happy New Year! Understandably I’m feeling a little down, but it hasn’t stopped me from concentrating on […]Read More Break a leg……..
#19 WHAT SHOULD I WEAR TO MY HEADSHOT SESSION? The simple answer. WEAR WHAT YOU LOVE! We want you to feel confident and relaxed. Dress to represent your brand. More on this here. Consider the following things. Solid, bold colours are best. Choose a bold colour that suits you and matches your skin tone. Consider […]Read More USEFUL HEADSHOT TIPS.
#16 DRESS APPROPRIATELY FOR YOUR BRAND OR ROLE. It’s important. Consider how you want to present yourself in your headshots or business portraits. These photographs will represent you and your brand on platforms like Linkedin, Facebook or a company website. They need to be an accurate representation of you. Think about the clothing you plan […]Read More USEFUL HEADSHOT TIPS.
#15 WEAR CLOTHING THAT FITS YOU! It’s headshot time, not ‘hammer time!’ “Break it down!” Baggy clothes might be comfortable and we’ve all been enjoying wearing our ‘comfies’ during the Coronavirus Pandemic, but they don’t photograph well. So don’t turn up to your headshot session wearing your favourite chunky jumper, over-sized t-shirt or ‘MC Hammer […]Read More USEFUL HEADSHOT TIPS.
IF IT’S CONSIDERED A FAD…….IT MIGHT LOOK BAD! Let me be clear. It’s fantastic to see people expressing themselves. Innovative style, interesting hair, bold make-up. I love it. But, and it’s a big but. It doesn’t necessarily belong in your headshot session. Why not? Think about it. Have you ever looked back at photographs of […]Read More USEFUL HEADSHOT TIPS.
#12 EMPHASISE THE JAWLINE Have you ever seen the ten billion or so ‘selfies’ posted to social media every day that are taken with a mobile phone camera from a painfully high angle? Of course you have. Looks like the picture was taken from the top of the Empire State Building! Every time I see […]Read More USEFUL HEADSHOT TIPS.
#11 APPROACHABILITY COMES FROM THE MOUTH. This is HUGE people! Appearing confident and approachable is the winning recipe for a successful headshot. We’re going to need to work that mouth to achieve a genuine smile. Not one of those fake ‘say cheese’ smiles. You know the type? The subject looks like they’re grimacing from having […]Read More USEFUL HEADSHOT TIPS.