There are so many approaches to executive portraits, from straightforward headshots on a white background, to more involved editorial style portraits. To help you decide what sort of images are right for you or your company, I’ve divided them into four areas. There is much more information and guidance to read within those sections.
Whichever option you choose, a good headshot gives people an idea of your personality. It reminds them who you are, portrays your business professionally and builds trust.
• Headshots on a plain background
• Headshots with a cityscape or an office background
• Reportage style headshots
• Editorial style corporate portraits
With over 20 years behind the lens, I am an experienced headshot photographer, with an extensive portfolio of individual and team shots.
In this section we will look at the simple and straightforward headshots on a plain background. This type of headshot is a favourite for many small, medium and large companies for many reasons:
In this section we will look at headshots with an office background or a city or exterior background. You can see some examples here. We can use exterior locations or we can use parts of your office or workplace, working with a combination of natural light and mobile studio lights.
Often, a director or owner of a company needs a selection of interesting portraits to use for a variety of purposes. Often a director, or owner of a company, needs a selection of interesting portraits that can be used for a variety of purposes such as the ‘about me’ page, Linkedin and social media profiles, blogs, PR, news articles and industry magazine articles.
From professional to playful, convey how you want your team to come across with a group photo session.
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