Makeup Tips for Headshots
There are so many things that go into preparing for professional headshots; posing, lighting, clothing, and even the location for your headshot. However, did you know makeup plays a pivotal role in your headshot? Yes, it does. So I have written this post to ensure you have the best makeup tips possible so your headshot is far from boring. You want a headshot that's a freaking rocking portrait.
Before someone hires you or your company, more times than not, your prospective client will look for a portrait of you; either by looking at your website or social media. What will you client see if they discover a portrait of you? You want your headshot to be the best image of yourself; as your face is your name – right. First impressions are crucial! That why it’s important to ensure you have the very best makeup tips and photographer when taking your professional headshots.
When preparing for your headshot, you want to ensure you start with a clean slate. Yes, having a freshly washed face is the thing to do.
Updated: May 6, 2022
Photo Packaging For Your Photography Business
Are you leaving your clients with a lasting and memorable experience when they receive their family’s portraits? As a family photographer once the portraits are taken and ready to be delivered to your clients, this is when you have another instance to stand out and deliver beautiful family portraits. Have you seen an unboxing video lately? My youngest son is fascinated by those videos and tend to spend hours watching them. Unboxing videos have become a popular trend in recent years and with custom branded materials, you can give your portrait clients an unforgettable luxurious unboxing experience.
As a small business owner it's difficult to stand out from bigger established companies or other photographers; however, it can be done, and your clients will thank you for it. When your clients receive their portraits are they mesmerized and blown away by your packaging?
The branding of your portraits and how they’re delivered is another way to illustrate to your clients why they hired you as their family, wedding, or headshot photographer. It also establishes your value as a professional in the industry and making your portrait studio stand out from the rest. Packaging is a significant component in communicating your brand to your portrait clients, therefore it’s vital to invest in a great design. Creative packaging is more than just putting your portrait studio’s logo on, it needs to be creative and send a message that gives your clients the feeling of being special and important...because they are.
Why It's Important To Have A Picture of Grandmother
When you took your last family picture did you include Grandma? Our Grandmothers are such beautiful people full of wisdom and we love hanging around them; cause let's face it, they let us do almost anything we want. Let's not talk about eating ice cream and cake for breakfast...your Grandmother will probably let you do that too?!! Spending time with our Grandparents are priceless.
Unfortunately, many overlook the significance of taking pictures with Grandma or having a portrait of Grandma and Grandpa. Do you have a portrait of your grandmother in your home? I wish I could say yes.
Unique Christmas Theme Mini Session - Canceled
Have you started thinking about your family's Christmas card and what picture you want to put on your card? Well, it's that time of year many families are starting to think about this as well as photographers coming up with creative and unique ways to make a memorable Christmas portrait.
If you were on Facebook last week you may have seen many family photographers advertising Grinch portrait sessions. What a cool idea; right. It’s perfect for the holidays – it would make the best Christmas card and it’s unusual and unique. It seems like everyone could see the great possibilities as well. Within days of posting the theme session on her business Facebook page, an Arkansas photographer was getting so many calls for her theme portrait session she booked out quickly and had to initiate a waiting list for next year.
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