Frequently Asked Questions
These are many of the common questions I receive about my Corporate Headshots, Social Media Headshots and Model/Actor Headshots. If your question isn’t answered here please call me at 239-206-3459 or send an email from the Contact page found here.
Businesses with three or more team members requiring headshots are offered a reduced price per person.
If you require a studio setting I can arrange for that at an additional cost.
Comfortable clothing matching the style of your target market is best. Stay away from loud colors and busy prints.
Your face is the attention getter so surround it with non-distracting clothing.
You can find more details about headshot preparation here.
Men generally don’t require this service but it is available.
More information about getting ready for you headshot appointment is here.
Check out the Gallery for examples of my work.
My philosophy regarding headshot retouching is to be certain that the finished image resembles you. I want your clients and prospects to immediately recognize you at first meeting.
Basically I fix hair problems, reduce wrinkles and blemishes, and improve skin tone. Eyes are brightened and teeth whitened.
I can pose you in a way that reduces your profile if necessary. If needed I will reduce sagging cheeks, jowls and often improve the neck and jaw line.
Good equipment can indeed make a difference in terms of capture quality. I use the latest and best cameras and lighting equipment available on the market.
I was trained by several of the best headshot photographers in the industry. Over the years I have developed a tried and true system to bring out the best in you.
My lighting style is unique and proprietary. I am the only photographer in the area with this style. The difference is easy to see when comparing my images against those of other headshot photographers.
If you twist my arm I’ll shoot your family, pets and kids. But honestly there are photographers around who specialize in family photography.
My motto is “Stay in your lane”. Shoot what you’re best at and leave the rest to others…