Tips On Taking A Headshot
1. Leave a little space above your head and to the sides
We will crop the photo for you. Our photos are used on a variety of platforms and need to work in both a horizontal and vertical format.
2. Position the Camera Between Yourself and a Natural Light Source
Meaning a window. This is going to get you the best lighting for clean lines and a flattering amount of brightness.
3. Pick a Neutral Background
Plain wall, brick wall, or other simple setting. Make sure to check to see if there are any cords or work mess floating around behind you. This all ensures that your face is the focus.
4. Skip the Filters
We want clear, natural light.