Headshots are there to show your best. The camera highlights minor flaws on your skin that you would never notice when talking face to face. So it is usual practice to edit and retouch your headshot to bring it more in line with the real life impression of you.
As if selecting the message you want to convey in your headshot isn’t confusing enough, you also have the choice of using a color vs black & white headshot. How should you choose?
What do you do when you plan headshots for a dozen staff, and on the day almost 50 staff want to join in?
When you think of a Sydney CEO, what image comes to mind?
Even Personal Trainers need headshots. Well they’re not exactly headshots, more of a personal branding portrait.
Having a gradient background works well for many professionals, but sometimes a clean pure white is fantastic for some brands.