Tag Archives: Corporate Headshot

Black and White and Color Photography: Which Is Better?

Corporate shot side viewMost people think of corporate headshots and business portraits in terms of full color. It is true that color portraits convey a richness and drama that grayscale images may not accomplish. But more and more companies are choosing to use black and white images on their websites.

What Are The Benefits Of Color Photography?
Color photography can be very useful, whether published in print or online. Color catches the eye. It is considered more appealing and attractive by many people than black and white. Color can convey the message of your story, webpage or headshot better, as well. If you are showing pictures of your new office or your new product, it would make sense to exhibit them in all their real, colorful existence. Color headshots seem to be the standard but there is still a need for a great black and white headshot. Continue reading Black and White and Color Photography: Which Is Better?

Tricks On Wearing Glasses On Your Portrait Session

Guy wearing eye glassesIf you wear eyeglasses on a daily basis, you should wear them in your professional photograph, because it is how the world knows you. A great headshot captures the real you in a way that flatters and celebrates every unique part of you.

Whether shooting a business portrait for LinkedIn or photos for a website, glasses come up often in our shoots. And while they can be a great accessory for your next headshot, there are a few things that might help you to make your shoots with spectacles more spectacular!

Variety Rules: If you have more than one pair of glasses, we highly recommend bringing them. Variety is key as it will make you feel freer during your shoot and depending on their color and shape might bring out fascinating things about you with the addition of different angles, backgrounds and lighting.

Future Lens: Ask yourself if you are going to keep these for a while. If you have already had this particular pair of glasses for more than a year or two, you may want to consider upgrading before your shoot or just wearing your contact lenses instead. Continue reading Tricks On Wearing Glasses On Your Portrait Session

Traditional and Modern Corporate Headshots

Corporate PhotographyIn today’s competitive business and social environment success or failure can hinge on how well you are able to connect with your client base. Words go only so far in bringing your message to the market. Nothing out performs a well executed portrait’s ability to help you connect at a deeper level with your prospective clients. An unbelievable creative portrait can speak volumes. An image of you skillfully created brings you and your clients face to face like no other medium.

Traditional Corporate Headshot

Most traditional corporate headshots are of well-dressed and well groomed individuals. They give a sense of being an organized, structured, and professional company. Continue reading Traditional and Modern Corporate Headshots

Attract Your Ideal Clients with Brand Photos

Your logo and your website happen to be just two parts of your visual branding.But there is also another key element missing that is needed to communicate with that dream client of yours. The other key element needed happens to be brand photos.

 

What Are Brand Photos?

Brand photos are images that you use to represent your business and brand.

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Website Headshots: Tips to Match Your Brand

One of the keys to a great company website is having consistent, professional company headshots. Your company’s website, the quality and style of your headshot conveys a lot about you as a person and signals how you conduct business. Inconsistent headshots can have a negative impact on how people perceive your brand, your reputation, and your business.

 

Expressions Express Your Brand

A company’s personality is reflected in your team’s expressions. If your business is stern and serious, closed mouth expressions and a soft smile are ideal for company’s website photos. Continue reading Website Headshots: Tips to Match Your Brand

Environmental Portraits and Corporate Headshots

Corporate headshots are an essential part of your company’s public relations profile.It is imperative that the way the corporate head shots are photographed matches the essence of your branding, from the posing to lighting and clothing to expression. With that in mind, there are a few questions to consider.

What Image Is Your Company Trying To Project?

Decide on what your portraits need to convey, and consider all of your options. We have found that over the last several years, clients have moved away from the studio headshot with a backdrop to a more environmental portrait. Continue reading Environmental Portraits and Corporate Headshots

Casual Corporate Headshot: How to Look More Approachable

Casual headshots are an informal way of introducing yourself within all of your marketing efforts. Casual headshots are more lifestyle oriented that your average corporate headshot and portray a much trendy, hipper, youthful vibe. This type of headshot provides a way to give a personal touch of your branding so that it better reflects the tone you want to set and your individual personality.

Headshots are part of our media driven business world and getting an excellent shot is as important as having the right experience and education. So try and shake things up and show that you are up to speed in this fast paced moving world, read these tips below that will give you just the right edge that clients are looking for. Continue reading Casual Corporate Headshot: How to Look More Approachable

Essential Elements for Memorable Corporate Events

Memorable corporate events are the ones that make people feel appreciated, create excitement and get talked about in a good way afterwards. If you are planning a corporate event and you want it to be memorable, there are certain things you can do to make it so. After photographing a variety of corporate events, here are a few tips we have picked up on what makes a memorable corporate event.

Find A Unique Venue
Instead of looking for the obvious convention center or hotel room, try to find a local venue with character and charm. Maybe a hotel with an awesome rooftop or over looking the ocean. Remember your guests will do the marketing work for you if your venue blows them away. Continue reading Essential Elements for Memorable Corporate Events

The Transition From Traditional to Modern Headshots

You never want to make a bad first impression. Unfortunately, people will make judgement about you just by looking at your photo. It only takes about one-tenth of a second for someone to assess your photo and decide whether they trust you and want to work with you.

Your online appearance is critical. Potential clients are greeted with your online profile before they meet you. LinkedIn found that having a profile picture makes your profile 14 times more likely to be viewed by others, so it is for your benefit if you have a solid profile picture that accurately portrays who you are and lines well with your core competencies. Continue reading The Transition From Traditional to Modern Headshots

Black and White vs Color Photography

black-&-whiteMost people think of corporate headshots and business portraits in terms of full color. It is true that color portraits convey a richness and drama that grayscale images may not accomplish. But more and more companies are choosing to use black and white images on their websites.

What Are The Benefits Of Color Photography?
Color photography can be very useful, whether published in print or online. Color catches the eye. It is considered more appealing and attractive by many people than black and white. Color can convey the message of your story, webpage or headshot better, as well. If you are showing pictures of your new office or your new product, it would make sense to exhibit them in all their real, colorful existence. Color headshots seem to be the standard but there is still a need for a great black and white headshot. Continue reading Black and White vs Color Photography