Book you session today by clickingHERE Our prices don't start at $75.00 They are $75.00! Unlimited head shots! We shoot until you get all the head shots you need. We allow 4 wardrobe changes during this time. We Re -Touch each photo you choose.
It does not matter if you chose 4 photos or 50! We will retouch each photo to perfection! You may also contact us for background changes and extra retouching if a situation comes up where you need something different. All of this is included in the $75.00 package price.
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We can put your headshot on any background!
Your headshot should look like you - exactly how you would show up for an audition
Your photo has to sell your looks and personality
What you see is what you get
Tell us your expectations and intentions. Let us know what kind of look you want
Drink lots of water and be well rested (so your eyes will not have dark cirlces)
Your skin might not look it's best after drug/alcohol use. Try to abstain from these before your shoot
Arrive on time. Please do not arrive more than 10 minutes early (we may have other clients scheduled before you)
Please call if you are running late or arrive early
Rehearse at home in front of a mirror. Practice poses and expressions (see below about characters)
If you're having trouble with expressions, watch your face in the mirror while running lines from a favorite scene
Visualize different emotions while looking in the mirror. Watch how this changes your expression
"Characters" or "Types"
Actors are hired to play a character and tell a story. Does your look allow you to play different characters? Think about how these character types would look:
The good guy/girl
The popular guy/girl
The guy/girl next door
The bad guy/girl
The professional guy/girl
Also, think about the subtext or story behind a character. Where is this character from? What is his/her disposition? What is his/her financial background (blue collar/white collar/middle)?
Bring wardrobe that supports how these characters would look.
What to Wear / Wardrobe
Wear clothes that are comfortable and that make you look great
Clothes should be neatly pressed and should look new or like new
Bring a variety of clothing that emphasizes different roles/characters (professional, blue-collar worker, intellectual, sexy, etc...)
Avoid large logos or branding
A simple black shirt/blouse/dress is often a good option
Avoid white shirts unless you plan to wear it underneath something
Darker clothes attract less attention and put the attention on your face and eyes
Solid colors are great
.Avoid busy patterns and large lines or stripes
.No glitter, sparkles, rhinestones, sequins
.Avoid red as a dominant color
.A suit or jacket are great for men wanting a more professional look
.Pay attention to details. Layers, ties, belts etc
.Different necklines will change the apparent shape of your face. Bring a variety different shirts/blouses to see what works best
.Turtlenecks are almost always a bad idea (since they crowd the face)
.Don't worry about shoes too much unless you specifically want a full-length look
.Don't only bring 3-4 same-style shirts in different colors. Bring variety of styles
.Bring a few extra oufits so we can choose what looks best on you at the shoot
Remember: Select and wear clothes that make you feel comfortable. Choose something that makes you look good.
.Keep jewelry extremely simple - small is better
.Avoid jewelry that would distract from your face or that looks dated
The picture is about your face, not your jewelry
.Be prepared to remove facial piercings or multiple ear piercings if needed
What to Bring
.Your previous headshots (so we can improve)
Sample headshots to help communicate the look you want
Various changes of clothing (see above)
A good attitude
Makeup and hair products you prefer (especially if you have allergies)
Hair and Makeup Tips
Make-up should be clean and natural
.Your make-up or hair-style should be exactly what you would do for an audition
.Avoid shimmers or products with lots of sparkle or shine
.Avoid frosts or garish colors
.Don't get a new hair cut just before the shoot (you may want to let it grow-in a bit or get used to styling a new cut)
.Do not try/use any new product on your hair, face or body the day before or few days before your shoot
.Avoid over-styling. Keep it simple
.Hair styled and makeup already applied (if not using makeup artist)