#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.
#17 MAKEUP AND SMELL THE COFFEE! Should I invest in professional hair and makeup for my headshot session? I would personally recommend using a trusted makeup artist for any portrait photography session. A skilled makeup artist can create the illusion of flawless skin, define the eyes and enhance facial features. Professional makeup will also help […]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.
#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.
#2 GET YOUR HAIR CUT A FULL WEEK BEFORE THE SHOOT. Getting your hair cut a week before your headshot session will give your hair the chance to ‘grow in’ a little. It will give it time to relax into its true style. Also in the Summer months, a fresh haircut might leave tan lines […]Read More USEFUL HEADSHOT TIPS FOR MEN.
Hello everyone.In today’s post, I’m showcasing some images from a photo-shoot with a historical theme.I’ve had a lifelong interest in history. World War 2 has fascinated me since I was a child, but I’m also interested in the Medieval period. So when Tegan and I got together to shoot, we put together a concept based […]Read More Photographing Medieval History’s Heroes……….and Villains!