For the past few weeks, I’ve discussed preparation and thought process in regards to actor headshots. Today, I want to switch gears for a bit because there also is a … Continue reading 3 Preparation Tips for your Executive Portrait……
When you are preparing to have your headshots taken, thinking your way through the process can be quite overwhelming. From my experience as a headshot photographer, giving significant thought to these … Continue reading The 5 things you can do NOW to make your headshots drastically better
This week, I want to lay out a relatively easy road map that an actor can follow to put him or herself in position to walk into a photo studio … Continue reading Headshot Do’s and Dont’s: From an agent’s point of view
If you are an actor and you walk into a studio or you sit down on-location to have your headshots done by a professional photographer, you are practically GUARANTEED to … Continue reading The single most important thing you can do to make sure your headshots don’t suck…..
With the upcoming holiday weekend, I figured it would be the perfect time to do a quick blog on how to photograph fireworks. The timing on this was perfect because … Continue reading How to photograph fireworks……..
A few weeks ago, I had the opportunity to do a newborn shoot for Amy and Shaun Yaklich. If you remember, I posed about shooting their wedding back in November … Continue reading Amy and Shaun’s Newborn Shoot…..
When I hear a client say that “I just need a quick set of headshots”, I cringe! A “quick set” of headshots will produce “quick set” quality. The lighting in … Continue reading Why getting the “quick set” of headshots isn’t a good idea…..