A professional headshot can help your clients identify and relate to you. It takes away the cold corporate face of your business and replaces it with an actual real live human.
There are a few different styles of professional headshots, but all of them revolve around a few basic principals: The quality of your portrait can add trust legitimacy to your business. If you are using a poor photograph, it doesn’t reflect as professionalyl on your business. If you use a professional portrait, you come across as more professional.
The photograph should reflect your personality and business – by changing the style, posing, crop, lighting, clothing, and setting, you can create a portrait that sets a mood for your business : from professional and open to free spirited and create, and everyone in between. The photograph can be a standard studio background or be set in your office or work place – it all depend on the mood and feeling you want in your portrait. And it isn’t just limited to a head and shoulders shot – it can be full body, or even 3/4, too.
Chris is both an amazing person and photographer. He enables you to project the image you want and he captures it.Char F
Chris is always fun and professional, and when your as uncomfortable getting your photo taken as I am, that is really important! Chris has a knack for making you relax and can direct you to get the best possible photo. Kearney P
Find the session that is PERFECT for you!
Everyone's needs in a Business Headshot are a bit different. We've put together a couple of different options to help YOU get the most out of your headshot experience. Check out the options below to see what works with your goals, budget, and timeline.
Check out the BOOK NOW section at the bottom of the page. You can instantly book your headshot session online.
If you need help deciding, you can always call (509-703-7239) or email and we can help! It's what we do.
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Had Chris do headshots for my company. Terrific job all around! Some of the employees were apprehensive about publicly displayed photos until they saw them. He made everyone comfortable and truly brought out the best in the employees.Ken F