Make Your First Impression Your Best Impression!

 

First Impressions count, almost more than anything a client will move forward by using their first impression of you and your business.

The WSJ reports “LinkedIn profiles that include a photograph are seven times more likely to be viewed than those that don’t, according to company statistics. Without a photo, you’ll be more likely to miss out on a job rather than land one.”

We have worked all over New England with professionals like yourself, photographing them alone and in groups for business cards, social media, their website and marketing materials.  We also offer commercials, groups and corporate collections. We can help you make a great First Impression

 

Tips for a Great Business Headshot

Business professionals understand that first impressions are often lasting impressions, and having a good business portrait is very important.

  • For men, do no get your hair cut the day before your session. Your hair will look more natural if you get it cut no more than a week in advance.
  • On the other hand, women may want to have their hair styled the same day. I can have a stylist available at the studio for touch-ups to your hair if you like.
  • Get a good night's sleep the day before your session, drink plenty of water, and avoid salty foods and alcohol. This helps reduce dark circles under your eyes.
  • Mid-to late-morning are ideal times to schedule your session - you'll feel more energized and typically have fewer things on your mind.
  • If your session is late in the day or in the evening, take time to freshen up your appearance. Men should shave again to diminish the five-o'clock shadow. Makeup for women should be fresh and done! Choose an approach that minimizes shine on your skin