A head shot is a modern portrait for today’s branding needs, the purpose of which is to display the personality inside the person captured, and is thus a specific type of portrait. A head shot is an image that portrays a person as he or she is, however simple or stylized the image might be. (Wikipedia)
Do you need this type of branding photo of yourself for business, school admission, acting folio, social media? These are just a few of the many reasons one comes to a professional photographer for what’s commonly called a headshot.
Face it, if perception is reality, there is no reason not to put your best efforts into a headshot. Start by eliminating your cell phone camera (or your friend’s) and consider a real headshot, with lighting designed to show you off. We’ll take you seriously, take your goals into consideration and provide you with whatever you need. Make-up, hair, prints, digital file, both. Whatever.
Call 724-730-8513 to discuss your needs today. Visit the Headshots page for more information.
Executive portraits and Head shots for business people, musicians and actors
Jeff Behm is a full service professional photographer, located in Frederick, MD., and specializing in photographic problem solving in the creation of images for use in advertising, communications and reports for business. Jeff is also a blogger, educator and co-founder of www.theprofessionalphotographyforum.com
By communicating directly with you about your needs, what you wish to communicate and the kind of clientele you wish to reach, my decades of experience in image creation are at your disposal.
In addition to local firms, photography assignments around the western hemisphere for clients from San Diego to Halifax to London are part of the service. Areas of specialty include product, aerial, food, executive portraiture and commercial photography at the highest levels.
For outstanding professional photography call today, 724-730-8513.
chris wadeneed headshots for resume and new web page, how much for how many, how about hours available and rough est how far are you book out?