When posing for headshots, you’re putting yourself in the hands of the photographer you’ve hired. Hopefully that photographer will make you feel (and look) your best, but things can go awry...
“Your headshot is your calling card,”
Your headshot is your ambassador to the industry. For people who don't know you, it's your best chance to make a strong impression and compel them to bring you in.
Every day, I get phone calls from prospective clients telling me it's insane out there with so many photographers competing for headshot business. How do you know who's good and who's not?
The second someone steps in front of my camera, my brain goes into overdrive to answer one question: How do I make this person look his or her best?
Before you spend your hard-earned money to have professional headshots taken, here is some personal advice from a professional.
Don't just take someone's word that a photographer is great. There are tons of headshots photographers who are great, but that doesn't mean they are right for you.
The next question I get is cost.
The answer is always....you buy shoes for 200.00, buy fail to invest in your-self...