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Your professional portrait is your introduction and first impression for a lot of opportunities. Whether it's a new job, landing a big contract, being invited to an audition, or simply connecting with people on social media, or meeting someone through online dating. And while headshots are primarily a head-and-shoulders image, there's always the approach of a branding portrait which highlights a little more and allows for more variety in poses, locations, and lighting.
The most aggravating part of getting your picture taken is not really knowing how you look in the picture. Sure, you’ve may have had one done before and looked at the back of the photographer’s camera to see the image on that little screen.
I remove this unknown element from the process. Whether we're doing the session in the studio, or on location, we'll end up reviewing the images on a projection screen and narrowing them down to your absolute favorites.
For branding portraits, this won't be a stand in one spot and I take a dozen images and send you on your way only to see them for the first time when they're delivered. We'll be working in multiple outfits, lighting, backgrounds, and poses in the one-hour session. You'll actually get to see the images as they are being captured. And if there are issues with hair, wardrobe, etc., those can be addressed before moving onto the next setup.
These types of portraits let people know you’ve already gone the extra mile to make a positive impression. As your photographer, I also go the extra mile to allow your personality to shine through and for you to be an actual participant in the creative process.
If you're looking for an In-N-Out business portrait, those are offered for $150 and are designed for those people who simply need to update their current photo in 15 minutes or less.
Professional branding portrait sessions start at $400 which includes the initial consultation, planning, wardrobe assistance, the photography session, and one image file.