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Pose v.s. Authentic Photos


These are important considerations when choosing a headshot photographer:

  1. Checking the photographer's gallery: It's crucial to review the photographer's portfolio and see if you like their work. Look for diversity in poses, expressions, and styles. Be cautious if everyone is photographed the same way with the same fake smile. Each person's photo should be unique and processed differently to showcase their individuality.

  2. Expertise of the photographer: Find out how long the photographer has been working as a portrait photographer. Experience can indicate their level of skill and knowledge in capturing professional headshots. Additionally, inquire if the photographer handles the post-processing. This ensures they have control over the final look and can work with you to reflect your professionalism and discussed preferences.

  3. Is your photographer asking the right kind of questions: A good photographer should take the time to understand you, your profession, your clients, and the importance of your work. They should ask relevant questions to get a clear understanding of your area of expertise and what you wish to achieve with your headshot photos. This helps them tailor the session to your specific needs and capture images that align with your goals.

  4. Quality over quantity: Consider the value you're getting for your investment. While it may be tempting to choose a photographer who promises a large number of photos in a short amount of time, it's important to prioritize quality. A professional photographer's motivation should come from delivering exceptional results that impress their clients, rather than focusing solely on the quantity of images. Look for a photographer who guarantees your satisfaction before charging any fees, ensuring you're happy with the final photos before making any financial commitments

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