Choosing the right Headshot Photographer can be challenging! There are some crucial things that you should take into account when making your decision, so you don’t end up pouring your hard earned money down the drain.
A huge part of your preparation for your session should be choosing your wardrobe. “What should I wear?” is the most common question I get. It is an important question, and one you should put some thought into. Keep in mind, these tips are universal.
Your headshot is your most important tool, it’s your first impression, a virtual handshake, and it could be why you do or do not get hired. That’s a lot of pressure to put on a photo session. So the burning question is: What makes a great headshot?
You’ve done your research, you’ve chosen your photographer, you’ve booked your session. Now comes the mix of excitement and anxiety as you try to fall asleep the night before. You have done everything right so far, so what is left for you to do to ensure that you’ll have a successful session?
I recommend thinking through your session as part of your prep. What do you need for your hair? Are you going to want to change looks? I will have styling tools and product, but if there is something in particular you love or feel works especially great with your hair, feel free to bring it along.
Okay, so you’ve made the commitment to make your mark as a stage or screen actor in New York City. Wonderful! The catch is, so has multitudes of other people. How do you break out of the pack? How do you get the right people to pay attention?
Questioning your color choices? Overwhelmed by the infinite number of color combinations? Not sure if you look better in warm tones or cool tones? Ever wonder why we are drawn to people who wear red, or blue? Have no fear, I have some answers for you.