We talk about this on our main headshot page. It not only applies to the different types of firms, for example law, accountancy, engineering, finance or insurance to name a few. But within each firm, different people should be sending different messages.
Using lawyers as an example, a family lawyer wants to project a different image than one practicing in M&A. Trial lawyers and those out soliciting clients want to evoke a different feeling from those viewing their headshots. This practice is employed into almost any professional firm.
You don’t have to be photogenic
We never ask you to smile. Things are never awkward. Our method of shooting feels more like talking to a friend, than being photographed.
We use simple body language to apply psychology into the headshot to send the right message.
If you read on reviews, common statements are things like “I can’t believe how easy it was!”
In studio, or at your office? You may be surprised!
We’re all time merchants, so what the most efficient way to get headshots for a mid to large firm? Seemingly, your office appears to make the most sense, but does it?
We are happy to come out to you, but the fact is that scheduling headshots in your office is more complicated than you may think. If you have ever tried scheduling a group of busy professionals at the same time, you already know how challenging it can be.
Moreover, forcing professionals to schedule something can become a very inefficient use of their time. Blocking time from potential client meetings, last minute motions to file, things coming up at home are a way of life.
On the other hand, when booking in our studio, makeup days are much easier to add. This allows busy professionals to schedule, and even change appointment times to best suit their own and changing needs. We can help by setting up a matrix and working directly with your important professionals if preferred. And we can run a shuttle too. It’s all easy with our convenient downtown studio. Flexibility means better use of time.