I bet you’d never think to exfoliate your lips before your headshot session, right? Learn my secrets to bring your photos from “that’s nice” to “holy shit!” #4 always surprises people
Parakeets, feeding tattoos, and being too approachable (in a good way). Meet Theresa and see the images from her studio headshots here.
Compassion, genuineness, and a hint of I’m-here-to-get-ish-done. Learn about Julie and see the headshots from her studio session here.
Hanging out in trees, playing soccer in dress clothes, and successfully getting their dog to sit for one photo. See the Pollard family’s photos at Lake Williams in Jacobus, PA.
So you want to speak on a specific topic you think will really help people, but right now you feel like no one needs your influence. Or you’re afraid of the backlash you’ll receive from it, so you’re hesitating on putting it out to the world… …This will help you get over that and seeContinue reading “Someone needs your influence more than you think right now”
See, it’s not that you’re not the perfect candidate for that position you’ve been stalking, or that you’re just lacking the skills (after all your experiences? you’ve got everything you need!). It’s just that you’re not positioning yourself out in the world so the right people can see your genius and that you are their dream come true…
Do you really have to be the best to be valuable? You have an idea for a business that makes you rattle on about it to anyone who will listen. Hell, you even daydream about the day Oprah will interview you for it! But when it comes to actually selling it, you clam up. “It’sContinue reading “The One Thing That Really Makes You Valuable (Hint: It’s Not Being The Best)”
It’s always fun to take a photo that looks like it should be on a magazine…when I saw the shot of Abby’s black-and-white blazer in my camera, I screamed “BALLER!” (didn’t know that word was still in my vocabulary) and told her she looked like she was being highlighted on Forbes. Then I laughed toContinue reading “Abby’s Studio Headshots”
…She wanted to make it known through her photographs that she earned what she does for a living; many people along the way tried to tell her she wasn’t cut out for the job.
What good are headshots if you can’t add a little bit of creative portraiture into the mix? My friend and fellow photographer, Jim Heine, asked me to take his picture. His Michael Franti “Stay Human” tee shirt, shorts, and socks combo set the tone for his shoot. Jim’s an avid rock climber, and, like aContinue reading “Jim’s Studio Headshot Session”