One of the most common questions we get before our shoots is, “What do I wear?” There really aren’t any defined rules here. It’s best to avoid super busy patterns because they can play tricks with the camera. Solid, bold colors are always a great choice. Unless you’re in a studio with big lights, heavy powder make-up isn’t generally necessary. If you are standing for your interview, try to keep your feet planted. I say that, but you also want to feel natural. If you talk with your hands and tend to gesture, you should feel free to do so during your interview. In fact, we’re always looking for opportunities for you to show us what you’re speaking about. If you’re sitting for your interview, try not to swivel in your chair. The viewers will often only see your head and shoulders, so swiveling can look awkward. Despite the lights, camera and all the action, take a deep breath and just be yourself.
You can come to us or we can come to you. Either way we’ll move quickly to get your perfect image. Call us to talk further about our studio and location options. You own the images and can post them all over your social media and corporate websites. Should you need help with your web uploads, we can help you on that also.
Corporate or executive portraits are quite important in a world where communication plays a big role in the success and wealth of a company. Creating a visual identity for your firm by photographing the people who work in it, will give it the human dimension which can help in getting new clients. Corporate photography can range from classic and environmental portraits to be used in a company’s website, to the creation of photo stories and more fun shots for a company’s publications and for many other purposes.