Business Headshots, Guildford
Research by LinkedIn reveals that a business profile that’s accompanied by a photo is 7 times more likely to be viewed as a page that doesn’t have one, so it’s definitely worth investing in getting it done properly. No longer is it acceptable for a business headshot to be a selfie, or a holiday snap where you’ve chopped off the other person who was standing next to you!
And the more you can plan and prepare for your business headshot session, the better the results: for my female clients this means that one of the most important aspects is their consultation where we decide what outfits will work best, the hair and makeup style they prefer and any accessories they want to bring. I always use a professional hair and makeup artist to give a really polished look.
This lovely client was an absolute joy to photograph and we had a very enjoyable morning; as you can see, she’d brought along three striking outfits in some beautiful colours which really complemented her. Wearing lots of black is definitely not the only option just because you’re dressing for a business portrait; apart from being very draining, it also absorbs a lot of light and can be quite challenging to photograph.
Hair and makeup was done by the very talented Marijelle Moreno who managed to create a different look for each outfit – thank you! All shot using natural light only – my favourite type of lighting.
Here are some of my favourites, although it was very difficult to choose. If you’re thinking of getting some business headshots done, then get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org – I’d love to photograph you!