Top Rate Executives Need Top Rate Headshots
You run a top rate business in Albuquerque, so you should have a top rate headshot to show just how professional you are. That is my goal with every headshot photo session with executives and professionals, to make them look as good as their services and products are. Does your headshot look as good as this one? Or as good as these? If not, then you are competing against others who already have professional headshots made by me. What if this person is in the same business as you? Who is going to make a better impression to customers and clients? Contact me today to make sure you stand out from you competition with the best headshot available in Albuquerque. Read More
Stand Out in ABQ with a Modern Headshot
One of my favorite things to do as a professional photographer in Albuquerque, New Mexico is make a great headshot for someone so they look their absolute best where people see them first the most, which is their website and social media pages. This one simple thing can really transform how potential customers and clients perceive your brand, your personality, and your professionalism. I know when I seek out services, I click first on people with headshots that stand out. Make sure you stand out when clients and customers look for your services in Albuquerque. Use the buttons below to see how good you could look, and to make your headshot session appointment! Read More
Can your headshot compete with this?
Great smile featured in this modern business headshot I made on location at an engineering company in Albuquerque, New Mexico. This headshot features my signature lighting style that works flawlessly with glasses too! I invite you to look at what you are using as your headshot to represent yourself as a professional with what is most likely the first point of contact with your clients or customers, your website. If not your website, then your social media profiles. How would your headshot compare to this for looking modern and professional? Use the buttons below to get an outstanding headshot like this one today! Read More
Simplicity for diversity in commercial photography
With the right lighting and creative use of depth of field, one can turn an engineering building campus into a diverse photo shoot location for commercial portraits, like I did for these photos in Albuquerque, New Mexico. I left it up to each person if they preferred indoors or outdoors for their candid photos (after I made headshots of everyone earlier). Whether I shot indoors or outdoors, my lighting setup was the same. A very simple and flexible lighting setup of my new 42” Cheetahstand SoupBowl softbox powered by my Godox AD600 strobe light. Just using a different background and positioning the light differently allowed me to get a different looking commercial portrait for each person. Which one is your favorite style? Read More
70+ headshots in two days!
What is it like to make over 70 headshots over two days of shooting? Well, actually, it was surprisingly easy due to how well organized the team at Bohannan Huston was. Thanks to Brian and Marylin for getting everyone to the studio setup very efficiently and to Jessica for assisting. This was still the single biggest headshot shoot I did, taking three hours on a Monday morning and then three more hours on a Wednesday afternoon. Thanks to my well established lighting setup, even a conference room can be a very effective photo studio. I was able to accommodate people of all heights, glasses or no glasses, and keep the results of each headshot consistent so when looked at on the company website, as you see here on my own site, there is uniformity to each engineer. After each day’s headshot shoot, we did however getting a little more creative with these psychedelic candid portraits! Read More
Getting psychedelic with commercial portraits!
One of the largest commercial photo shoots I have ever done was this past week at Bohannan Huston, a consulting firm specializing in engineering, in Albuquerque, New Mexico. It was over four hours of shooting on each of two days. Yet thanks to the great staff and their preparation, it went incredibly smoothly. So well that despite near tropical storm level winds on the second day of the shoot negating the ability to make candid commercial portraits outdoors like on the first day of the shoot, that finding a cool indoor setting was as easy as walking over to the neighboring building and using the psychedelic art tapestry background created by one of their own employees. Read More