Category Archives: Headshots


Business Headshots

Headshots can be a lot of fun, even when used for business. At least shooting them can be. There’s definitely a different feel to them. Taylor needed some for his real estate business cards and […]

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As the Head Turns

Natalie and I decided to update her headshots (good idea for everyone!).  The style we generally employ is appropriate for actors, dancers – those in the performing arts. It’s suitable for printing and submitting for […]

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Children’s Shoot

Some images from a children’s shoot this past weekend. While I am primarily a color photographer, I think black and white is in every photographer’s veins. As Robert Frank put it, “Black and white are […]

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Headshot Evolution

When your daughter gets her hair done, and you’re a photographer, there’s only one thing to do: headshots!   I do prefer landscape orientations, which fit better with contemporary presentations (web). These can be cropped, […]

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Staying Current

I had been doing mostly client work and product photography for my portfolio recently, so when Natalie wanted some new headshots I was game for a change of pace. It had been a while since […]

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Website Adjustments

I’ve made some minor changes to the site to clarify what I do and what I can offer you. This manifests itself in some menu changes and redesigned pages, and an updated portfolio. Every post […]

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Headshot Mania

I was testing some new lighting modifiers on guinea pigs volunteers Dewitt and Haley. A test, as in this case, is where, in exchange for images (and/or prints), models volunteer their time so I can […]

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Bright Headshots From Big Sources

There are many ways to light and pose a headshot. More contemporary looks – and my current approach – is to keep them light and bright, with either paper white or light gray backgrounds. The […]

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Return of the Headshot

Headshots have seen a renaissance of late, with “rock star” photographers like Peter Hurley basing entire careers on them. Adding some contemporary twists, like landscape orientation and posing to project personality – not just a […]

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  The headshot is a staple of model, dancer, and actor portfolios, as well as websites and social media (Facebook, LinkedIn). It can go from the conservative to the creative and everywhere in between. Although […]

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