Category Archives: Corporate Headshots

The Best Lighting Techniques For Professional Headshots

Professional headshot session with studio lighting

Lighting is the unsung hero of professional headshots. The right lighting can make or break a photo. It plays the most important role in setting the mood, highlighting a subject’s features and ensuring detail and clarity.  Regardless of whether you’re using natural or studio light, understanding the basics of lighting is the difference between a…

The Expert’s Guide to Professional Headshots

Headshot photographer helping a subject

Do I Need A Professional Headshot? An individual’s professional headshot can be seen as the equivalent of a logo for a company. It garners attention, demonstrates that you are well-established, and conveys your commitment to your personal brand or business. If you aim to showcase to potential employers, clients, or customers why you are the…

A Story About Bob

I want to tell you a story about a man called Bob who always avoided getting his picture taken. He thought that he wasn’t photogenic and that no matter what, he would always look bad in photos ???? He avoided family gatherings, parties, and even professional headshots for his job. He was convinced that the…

Achieving the Perfect Team Portrait: A Step-by-Step Guide

Have you ever wondered why most team portraits look more like a police line-up than a high performing team? But why is it that so many companies just can’t seem to get it right when it comes portraying a relatable and authentic front for your super-squad… Hold that thought, because we’re about to take a…

What should a professional headshot cost? (and why are they so expensive?)


Not all professional headshots are created equal. The cost of your headshot depends on key factors & understanding these will help you decide which option is best for you.

Your professional headshot could be a Tax Deduction

corporate headshot female in studio with white brick wall

Your professional headshots and personal branding photography could be a Tax Deduction According to Ryan Miller, CEO of award-winning bookkeeping and accounting firm, Keeping Company, headshots are tax-deductible when considered an advertising expense under the Income Tax Assessment Act 1997, section 8-1. “Headshots are usually used by businesses to raise the profile of employees with…

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