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WE'LL CAPTURE YOU

CORPORATE HEADSHOTS AND LOCATION PORTRAITS

LOOKING YOUR BEST

Studies show that it takes 1/10th of a second for someone to form an opinion of you based on your photo. Let’s win them all over with a portrait that shows you at your best.

DRESS THE PART

Layers are always the best bet.  For example, a jacket or sport coat over a polo or a sweater over a tank.  It’s a flawless look. If you are going to wear white, go for the white shirt but wear it underneath a jacket or sweater.  And if you’ll be wearing clothes that have the potential to wrinkle, bring the outfit with you and change into it before your session.  When selecting your outfit, you’ll also want to be careful to avoid excessively busy patterns, bold stripes or logos. A splash of color such as orange or yellow is a nice touch but we’ll want to limit it a bit as the colors can be oversaturated in digital photography. 

A FEW THINGS TO NOTE

V-necks are great and accentuate your features but watch the neckline and avoid going too low. Gentlemen, to help with sweating, wear an undershirt that isn’t visible at your neckline.  Avoid wearing sleeveless tops as bare arms as this can be distracting and often takes attention away from your face.  If you’re having a corporate headshot done against a backdrop, you’ll want to know what color the backdrop will be so you can plan for contrast.  To play it safe, feel free to bring options to your session, a few shirts/tops, jackets and ties and we’ll help you put together the best look for your shoot.  

CLEAN AND CLASSIC

For jewelry, think classic. Nothing too decorative or large as we want all of the the attention to be on you.  If you wear glasses, clean them right before you come into your portrait session.  If you’re wondering whether or not to wear them, consider how people are used to seeing you: with or without. If going with the clean shaven look, get that razor ready just before your session.  Facial hair can be visible just within a few hours of shaving.  If your planning on coloring your hair, try to schedule this with a trim a week before your session so the color can settle. 

BE NICE TO YOU

Avoid excessive make-up and keep in mind once we have you on set everyone receives a quick powder to decrease shine and smooth the skin tones.  If you’d like to use your own, bring it along.  Have a blemish?  Have no fear.  We have Photoshop for that. Most importantly, be nice to yourself. If you partake, avoid alcohol for several days before your session, get a good night’s sleep and remember to hydrate.  Doing these things will help prevent under-eye bags and keep your skin looking smooth.

CLASSIC STYLES THAT WORK

 

LIMIT PATTERNS AND ACCESSORIES

 

A FEW RECOMMENDED COLOR PALETTES

 

 

DRESS THE PART

Layers are always the best bet.  For example, a jacket or sport coat over a polo or a sweater over a tank.  It’s a flawless look. If you are going to wear white, go for the white shirt but wear it underneath a jacket or sweater.  And if you’ll be wearing clothes that have the potential to wrinkle, bring the outfit with you and change into it before your session.  When selecting your outfit, you’ll also want to be careful to avoid excessively busy patterns, bold stripes or logos. A splash of color such as orange or yellow is a nice touch but we’ll want to limit it a bit as the colors can be oversaturated in digital photography. 

A FEW THINGS TO NOTE

V-necks are great and accentuate your features but watch the neckline and avoid going too low. Gentlemen, to help with sweating, wear an undershirt that isn’t visible at your neckline.  Avoid wearing sleeveless tops as bare arms as this can be distracting and often takes attention away from your face.  If you’re having a corporate headshot done against a backdrop, you’ll want to know what color the backdrop will be so you can plan for contrast.  To play it safe, feel free to bring options to your session, a few shirts/tops, jackets and ties and we’ll help you put together the best look for your shoot.  

CLEAN AND CLASSIC

For jewelry, think classic. Nothing too decorative or large as we want all of the the attention to be on you.  If you wear glasses, clean them right before you come into your portrait session.  If you’re wondering whether or not to wear them, consider how people are used to seeing you: with or without. If going with the clean shaven look, get that razor ready just before your session.  Facial hair can be visible just within a few hours of shaving.  If your planning on coloring your hair, try to schedule this with a trim a week before your session so the color can settle. 

BE NICE TO YOU

Avoid excessive make-up and keep in mind once we have you on set everyone receives a quick powder to decrease shine and smooth the skin tones.  If you’d like to use your own, bring it along.  Have a blemish?  Have no fear.  We have Photoshop for that. Most importantly, be nice to yourself. If you partake, avoid alcohol for several days before your session, get a good night’s sleep and remember to hydrate.  Doing these things will help prevent under-eye bags and keep your skin looking smooth.

CLASSIC STYLES THAT WORK

 

PATTERNS TO AVOID

 

 

A FEW RECOMMENDED COLOR PALETTES

 

LET’S START SOMETHING NEW

SAY HELLO!

Whether you’re in the planning stages or you’ve finalized all of the details and are looking for the photographer that will be the best match for your project, please get in touch….we’re always happy to help.
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