caticonslite_bm_altWhat makes a good head shot?

As we talk to business owners at today’s Jefferson City Chamber of Commerce Business Expo, one of the recurring photography questions is about head shots. Your head shot sees more action today than ever – especially if you are active (which you should be) in social media, including Linked In, Facebook and Twitter (don’t be the egg.) Logos are great (and if you need one talk to Gus at The Rocket Group). But people want to know who they are talking to and a current and original head shot is best way to show who you are.

Gus Wagner, president.owner of The Rocket Group.

Most of all, your professional head shot should capture an approachable you. That means embracing your style and interests that are also inherit in your work space.

The team at Gamble and Schlemeier.

The Berry Wilson Law Firm.

But you don’t have to be tied to your office. Want something that paints more of a big picture? The building you work in, or the city where you pound the pavement can all be your backdrop. The only limitation is your imagination. Don’t be afraid to be so bold as using magazine spreads or album covers as your inspiration.

When you’re ready to ditch the marbled backdrop and straight collar studio session for a session encompassing who you are where you work, contact us. We’re here to help.

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One Response to What makes a good head shot?

  1. Love (meaning ESPECIALLY LOVE) the one of Richard. Great job, Farrah!! xoxo-amy