Corporate Headshot photography in the Studio

WHEN THE OFFICE ISN’T CONDUCIVE TO CORPORATE HEADSHOT PHOTOGRAPHY…

There can be all sorts of reasons why it might not be practical to have corporate headshot photography in the actual office.

It may be that the company is small and uses a shared workspace. Or it could be that the the business is run out of someone’s home. Perhaps the company just isn’t office based at all?  And finally perhaps the office is just unattractive and doesn’t present the image you wish to project for your business?

If that is the case, you would do well to engage a headshot photographer with a studio. I keep a studio in West London where I have my backdrops and can provide an alternative to an office setting.

We can use either plain backgrounds or to provide a little contrast I often take portraits of each sitter in front of bookshelves.

And as I prefer to shoot in natural light, I often use a corner of my studio by the window which gives a great bit of texture to a portrait as below.

And finally I have a desk available if we want to capture images of someone working on a laptop etc. 

So if you don’t have an office that you feel makes a good backdrop for your corporate headshot photography, just head for the studio.

A good photographer will find a way of getting the shots and projecting the image you require.

If you are ready to take control of your company’s image with some fantastic new corporate headshots, I would love to help. You can email me on serena@serenabolton.com, ring me on 07958511819 or click to book a Zoom or telephone conversation.

In the meantime, read my blog on looking your best for your corporate photography.

“Photography through the lens of a storyteller”

LONDON CORPORATE HEADSHOT PHOTOGRAPHER

Corporate Headshot photography in the Studio

Corporate Headshot photography in the Studio

Corporate Headshot photography in the Studio

Corporate Headshot photography in the Studio

Corporate Headshot photography in the Studio

Corporate Headshot photography in the Studio

Firstly, the photographer have the set up for teh shot right. It might be that they need to move some furniture, set up a backdrop, reposition items which might be in the way, etc. 

Next the phographer must get the client to relax. Only when they are feeling confident and comfortable in their skin will it be possible to get a great executive headshot.  

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