Connect with your clients on a more personal level with a business portrait.
Portrait vs. Headshot
A portrait can be no different from a headshot other than the fact that it shows a little bit more of your torso, or it can be a full body shot from the front or side. It all depends upon how you intend to use the image and the feeling you want it to convey.
Because a business portrait shows more of you than just a business headshot would, the business portrait allows for a little more personality to shine through than what is possible with a typical business headshot. And this establishes a more intimate connection to you for your clients and potential clients.
Much the same as a typical business headshot, my business portraits are typically shot in the studio so that I can take advantage of studio lighting to establish the mood and message in your image that you are trying to convey.
I recommend you bring at least three different looks with you to the session. A look is a change of wardrobe, and each look should be different from the previous look.
Makeup should be applied just a tiny bit heavier than normal; this because the camera does not pick up makeup in the same way that the human eye does, and because makeup can sometime become somewhat muted in the post processing of your images.
The actual photo session takes about 60 minutes, with approximately 30 minutes preparation before the actual shoot begins.
This package includes 3 to 5 finalized business portrait photos with "gentle" retouching of a single person.