Does your Current Headshot Still Look Like You ??
The quality of your business portrait determines how the world sees you. Make a lasting impression with an image that conveys the friendliness, warmth, and professional trust you bring to your work.
Does your current headshot represent the look you want to portray to your clients and business associates? Are you still using a picture of your dog or your cat? Let me help you create the perfect image to represent you and your brand.
If you use your own image on your business cards, your website, your marketing materials, or on your social media accounts then it is extremely important that you have a great picture that is up to date and that looks like the real you!
The photo you choose to use for your social media profile image sends a strong message about who you are. If your profile photo is in a casual circumstance then it doesn't come across as professional. And worse than having a bad photo is having no photo at all.
Should I Use My Logo or My Headshot for my Profile Picture? People do business with other people, not with brands!
During your headshot portrait session we will create a number of different options for you to choose from using a combination of poses, lighting angles, backdrops, or outfits.
Have you got more things to do then you can handle? Is your work list spiralling out of control? If you simply get started on your work list and earn some early completion successes then the rest of the items on the list will quickly fall into place too.
Here are a few guidelines for when you should and should not wear your glasses during a business headshot portrait session.
The brand new Canadian Anti Spam Legislation (CASL) will come into force as of July 1, 2014. This is a very broad piece of legislation that has a major impact on the way can now contact others by electronic means in Canada.
Testimonial from Headshot Client Karen Turner
Like any hot date, I got my hair and make-up done. I laughed and felt comfortable while Sean had his eyes on me the whole time. Instead of our date ending with a kiss I got a great photo - thanks Sean.