Category Archives: Executive Portraits, Headshots

Military Officers Association of America and Robert Priest

I determined to create a stage-like set in my rental space, with a 20 foot wide black muslin stretched between multiple background stands. It provided the common look of many a stage with black curtains and gave Robert some space in which to act out his routine while I photographed from a tripod using a wide lens.

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When You Need a Headshot

Visit our Head Shot Gallery Remember, professionals thinking about hiring you want to see that you care about how you present yourself.  That first impression reflects on your respect and concern for them. Anything less can damage your chances. Are you planning for a new headshot because…. Using a “selfie” or phone photo for your...

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Focus on Excellence

There are times when an item gradually going out of focus is desirable in photography.  It’s long been customary in portraiture for the eyes to be as sharp as possible due to their importance, but allowing sharpness to diminish towards the ears, hair and beyond. Often, the tip of the nose will also be less...

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