Category Archives: Executive Portraits, Headshots

Food…Jewelry…Headshots…Products, Part 1

Food…Jewelry…Headshots…Products These are what I do, and have done for 38 years, now.   It’s work I value and think about constantly.  How to improve, how to innovate, how to “Wow” clients. Recent posts here have been about the tools I use.  It’s time to focus now on what those tools are used to create. ...

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THE TOOLS I USE

When I started the journey to becoming a professional photographer, like most of us, I started with the cameras and lenses I owned as a hobbyist.  Nearly 38 years into this lovely profession later, the tools I use do the same exact functions now as then…Oh, I might be using digital cameras instead of film...

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Strike NOW!

NOW is the time to get the word out that you are opened for business! With vaccinations on the rise and states and municipalities re-opening, NOW is the time to get the word out that you are opened for business!  Don’t wait!  Wait, and you fall behind!  Strike NOW. At Jeff Behm Photography, we can...

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Headshots on Location

The Challenge The occasion was a new partner at a chiropractic office who needed to have location photos taken.  These needed to match the existing motif for the office’s website.  This can be a challenge.  For starters, the original photographer and I may not approach photography the same way, let alone the questions as to...

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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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