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Professional Executive Headshot Photography in Albuquerque New Mexico

Professional Executive Headshot Photography in Albuquerque New Mexico

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.

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Professional Modern Headshot Photography in Albuquerque New Mexico

Professional Modern Headshot Photography in Albuquerque New Mexico

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!

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Executive Professional Business Headshot in St. Petersburg Florida with Elwood

An executive came to my home studio in St. Petersburg Florida for a professional business headshot - Nikon D300 Nikkor 80-200mm @ f/9 ISO 200 1/80th - Strobist: SB-800 @ 1/2 power in 43" brolly to frame rightAnother business professional visited my home photography studio in St. Petersburg Florida this week for a professional business headshot.  Elwood needed a headshot to be used on the corporate website and had guidelines from the home office for lighting, pose, etc.  The above headshot is not the result of following those guidelines that were rather bland.  Instead, this is a headshot I made just for his own personal use in a more modern and creative style.  I used only one speedlight to frame right in a 43" brolly to create the shadow and light falloff on the right side of his face.  Having shadow defines the look of the person in the headshot much more for a modern look that is still professional.

Elwood was seated for this shot with his right forearm on his right thigh to create depth in his posture.  To avoid glare in his glasses, I positioned the speedlight higher on the light stand than I normally do.  I also had him look just about one centimeter lower too.  Poof, glare and reflection in his glasses was gone.  The background was a white sheet, and in Photoshop I removed that and replaced it with a pure white digital background for the final look.