This morning I drove to Clearwater to photograph nearly the entire staff of a business. It is actually a planned two-part shoot that will entail me returning on another date yet to be determined to photograph the remaining staff. It was my first time to make so many headshots in a row, all told thirteen different shots. It was kind of fun for someone to walk in for a few minutes, see how they choose to smile, and then move on to the next person. No one was really camera shy so all I had to do was tell there where to point their toes and then which way to twist and look.
- Reserve a headshot shoot for your entire staff for a uniform, professional look to impress clients with
I was provided with a near ideal space to make the headshots in--a long rectangular room free of obstacles and even a large table for me to spread all my gear out on. I leaned the collapsible photography background against the wall, setup my lights, dialed in camera and strobe settings, then it was just a matter of getting the best smile out of each person. No mess, no fuss! Nice.