Professional Headshot Studio.

Your website, conference biography photo, LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook, and other social media accounts form your online image. It is crucial to have your portrait exerting professionalism, confidence, and integrity. We work with individuals and teams to create the most professional look for personal branding. Inspire other professionals to meet and work with you.

Posing for an executive headshot should look natural and comfortable, but most people need a little coaching in order to look positive and natural from the camera’s angle. Just a slight turn of the head in the right direction can make a huge difference.

Expression is the most important thing in a business portrait, which is why we keep our subjects engaged in conversation while coaxing them into flattering positions and moving my lights into the ideal positions. Some executives “love the camera” naturally, but most don’t.

We employ large lights that cast soft, natural shadows and minimize shine, and we position them according to each person’s unique features. Used judiciously, shadows can make a wide face look narrower, a crooked nose straighter, and can emphasize or minimize many other features. Lighting should be tailored for everyone’s business portrait.

A large, spacious headshot studio.

Mike Haller
314-913-5626
4501 Mattis Road
St Louis, Missouri
stlouisheadshots@gmail.com

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