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Professional Headshots

Well, how are you going to know all that? The following guidelines may help you to pick an efficient and equally experienced corporate photographer who knows what is what:

– You have the internet and you have your friends. Ask your trusted allies regarding the best professional photographer in town and verify their suggestions with the help of the internet. If the shutterbug is that much popular, he or she will surely have a website to showcase all this work. He doesn’t? Well, then, go for the next name on your list.

– If you have the website, check the portfolio section. Go through the various categories of photos and see if you like them. As you are about to click headshots, make sure you like the headshots taken by that particular photographer. You don’t like them? Then it is not a risk worthy to be taken. Headshots are expensive and you have several options to choose from.

– Now, if you do take a liking for his work, you may go to the next step, that is to contact the person directly and have a chat over the phone. Again, the contact information should be provided on the website itself. If it isn’t, then yes, you know what to do. Go ahead and look for another.

– Suppose you called the photographer, what next? What are you going to talk to him about? Of course you will get directly to the point. Talk about his work. Tell him what you think about it and get straight to the point. Ask him about his charges for first rate quality headshots. Here you should keep one thing in mind. Never bargain with an experienced and reputed photographer because quality matters here. Remember that it is an investment you are making at the start of your career. If it works out well, you will get your money back with interest. But if you bargain or settle for a cheap photographer, you may not get the quality you desire. And casting directors won’t think twice before shifting their focus away from your headshots. So decide accordingly.

On the day of shooting-

Once you have decided on the photographer, arrange a day for shooting the pictures. It should be a mutual decision, according to both of your convenience. Keep yourself ready for the photo shoot. Sleep well, drink lots of water and take care of your skin. Maintain a proper diet before the photo shoot and avoid tanning. On the big day, make sure you look your best in those headshots. After all, you are paying a great deal of money for them. Relax and listen to the what the shutterbug has to say. You will look best if you do not let stress and anxiety cloud your mind.