Saba, a dancer with Cambridge Contemporary Dance company, asked for a headshot session to help her promote her consultancy business. As both of us are Johnians, it wasn’t difficult thinking of a location for the shoot.
I’m really appreciating having reflectors for photoshoots, as they’re great for bouncing direct sunlight, and also creating soft fill light from the whole sky.
This first photo is an updated headshot to add to Sarah’s portfolio, as she’s doing more theatre and film these days.
At the end of the shoot, Lucy took the camera to get a few photos of the photographer with his muse :)
The first portrait/headshot photoshoot I’ve done since December (which was one of my best ever, before my photo-mojo went walkabout).
Laura was at St. John’s, and is one of the stars of BBC’s Wannabes.
Here are two processed photos that Laura chose as headshots:
My headshot session last week at Arts Ed drama school in London proved popular, so I had another 5 students lined up for photoshoot sessions, thanks again to Hayley. Here are three of the best headshots from the afternoon.
One of my larger clients, Adder technology, employed my photographic services, in addition to my web design services, to take corporate headshots of the management team. Each CxO posed for a formal portrait, and a relaxed photo sitting at a table.