Fair or not, people DO judge a book by its cover. Your potential patients will see your headshot as a projection of your quality of care. Therefore, you don’t want a headshot that is poor quality or one that makes you look tired or disheveled. We’ve got the information you need to be sure you’re always putting your best foot forward when you’re in front of the lens.
Before I became a certified, professional photographer, I worked for a land developer. I spent several hours a day working with real estate agents and property managers. I scoured through listings of undeveloped land, commercial shopping centers, and subdivisions. In the end, the one thing they all had in common was poorly photographed images: before […]
One year ago, almost to the day my cell phone rang and a number from California showed up on my caller id. Like most people, I was skeptical about answering a number I didn’t recognize but decided to give the telemarketer on the other end a chance. However, the caffeinated voice that greeted me was […]
I love to travel and like most travelers, the biggest challenge I face when planning a trip is choosing a place to stay. I spend hours doing Google searches, reading customer reviews, and scouring through hotel/hostel photo galleries to find the perfect spot, only to be disappointed when I arrive and find that the photos […]
It’s Monday, you are sitting in the weekly staff meeting, and your boss informs you that a photographer is coming to your office to take headshots for the company website next week. No need to panic, I am here to give you a few tips. What is a business portrait or headshot? A head and […]