How To Hire A Business Headshot Photographer

Posted on: 22 May 2019

Bringing in a business photographer is about more than just getting someone to snap some shots. The way people see the folks who work for your company is important, and the headshots in your printed materials, social media feeds and websites are often the first chance to make the right impression. Here's what you can do to get value out of hiring a business headshot photographer. Visual Consistency You'll want to take a look at a shooter's portfolio, and one thing you should keep an eye out for is how visually consistent their pictures are. [Read More]

Having Professional Quality Videos Made For Corporate Events

Posted on: 24 April 2019

Videos can be commonly used for corporate events as they can allow for information to be conveniently and professionally provided in an impactful way. Yet, having professional quality corporate videos produced can be more challenging than what you may anticipate. Appreciate The Importance Of A Professional Quality Video Individuals that are organizing their first professional event may drastically underappreciate the benefits that a professional quality video can provide. However, the video that you show to your event's attendees will be a major factor in determining their impression of the event. [Read More]

Tips For Having A Great Photo Shoot With Children

Posted on: 8 January 2019

Children can be fun to photograph with their natural enthusiasm and sweet smiles. However, they can also be challenging to photograph. Sometimes kids come to a photo shoot with excessive energy, and others can be short on patience. Here are some tips for making sure your photo shoot results in some wonderful shots worth putting in any brag book. Choose a Variety of Photo Backdrops Don't just have one photo backdrop on hand when you take pictures of kids. [Read More]

Three Ways To Keep A Headshot From Looking Like A Passport Photo

Posted on: 9 November 2018

One of the first things friends do when they're traveling out of the country together is to ask to see each other's passport photos. That's because these photos are often hilariously cringe-inducing. If you're getting your headshot taken to use for promotional material at work, your own website, or virtually any other reason, the last thing that you want is to have an image that looks like a passport photo. Hiring a professional photographer who has experience with headshots can reduce this risk, and there are other methods that you can also explore to ensure that no one thinks about passports when he or she sees your headshot. [Read More]