HEADSHOTS THAT STAND OUT FROM THE CROWD. Part 2

  • Headshots, Bethlehem PA by Jacqueline Agentis Photography and Lehigh Valley Headshots ©JCAgentis
  • Headshots, Bethlehem PA by Jacqueline Agentis Photography and Lehigh Valley Headshots ©JCAgentis
  • Headshots, Bethlehem PA by Jacqueline Agentis Photography and Lehigh Valley Headshots ©JCAgentis
  • Headshots, Bethlehem PA by Jacqueline Agentis Photography and Lehigh Valley Headshots ©JCAgentis
  • Headshots, Bethlehem PA by Jacqueline Agentis Photography and Lehigh Valley Headshots ©JCAgentis
  • Headshots, Bethlehem PA by Jacqueline Agentis Photography and Lehigh Valley Headshots ©JCAgentis
  • Headshots, Bethlehem PA by Jacqueline Agentis Photography and Lehigh Valley Headshots ©JCAgentis
The way I tackle this dilemma is to give the client a good variety by using different backgrounds, settings, clothing changes, and of course coach them through a good variety of expressions. You can do this rather quickly if you scout the location ahead of time or prepare your studio. For the Gallery attached to this Part 2 post I selected a location with a lot of color and texture options, the ArtQuest Center at SteelStacks.

For possible clients reading this, I discuss the value of the variety in more depth for all: Models, Actors, and for Professional Branding. Today, people have so many choices in nearly every field imaginable. Ultimately they gravitate to those they feel a connection with. A personable photo or series of photos allow people to do this so much more then one ‘Suit’ photo, in a sea of Suit Photos.

What are you thoughts, I would like know?

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