This image of Samantha C. is Headshot of the Week! for this second week of February. Samantha is not only lovely, she brings a great energy and attitude to this photo that is easy to see. (How can you not, right?). Very pleased to have had you step in front of my camera, Samantha!
A very special Headshot of the Week! for this first week of February. This image is from my very first headshot shoot from about 30 years ago (1989). Heather worked at the record shop (Turtles) next door to the camera shop where I worked back in the late 80’s and we got together so I could figure out this whole “Studio Lighting” thing. I think we got it sorted out 🙂
This last Headshot of the Week! for January is Jennifer B. I’ve known Jennifer for a while and we’ve spent the past couple of years trying to find time for a headshot. We finally made this happen and it was completely worth the wait. Jennifer has a fun and dynamic personality and I was confident one of her shots would find its way here. Thanks so much, Jennifer!
Hilary G. is our Headshot of the Week! for the week of January 22nd and I think it’s pretty obvious why when you see this image. With a large group lined up that morning I only had a couple of minutes with each person to get their best and Hilary and I created this image only five shots in. It often takes a little more time for to get that engaged and energetic look I’m after but she crushed it here. Great job, Hilary!
Fresh out of the camera this morning is this week’s Headshot of the Week! with Olivia bringing her “A” game to the studio. She wasted no time getting into the groove here and only 3 shots in we got this capture. I like it when I look at the screen during a shoot and know I’ve got this week’s Headshot of the Week! in camera and ready to go. Great job, Olivia!
David H. is going to help me usher in 2019 with this first Headshot of teh Week! of the year. David and I did photos with and without a tie but out of all of them, I felt this shot epitomizes my goal for a headshot. Good engagement with the camera and the right amount of smile. David and I found just the right balance in this one. Great job, David!