When most people get headshots, they typically only need one or two. This is standard for corporate types who work in a business setting. However, actor headshots are a completely different ballgame. Not only do actors need to have consistently fresh headshots, but they also need multiple looks. To achieve all of these different looks, you’ll need to know what to wear for acting headshots. I’ve compiled a list of suggestions to find the right colors, fits, and pieces to help you get booked.
How much does a headshot cost? If you’ve decided you need a new headshot, this is probably one of the first questions you’ve asked. Headshot photography can vary significantly, anywhere from $25 to $2,000 (yes, really). The cost of headshots can also depend on the type of headshot you want, whether it be a corporate, brand, or acting headshot. This post will go through the various headshot pricing models and other factors to consider, including approximate price points for each. Please be aware these numbers are most relevant to the Atlanta headshot photography market.
Shooting outside is excellent. Shooting outside with flash is a pain. Personally, I love making that compromise because it looks freaking amazing. In this article, I explain how to light an editorial type runner shoot outdoors in screaming sunlight using High-Speed Sync.
2020 has really been something. A dumpster fire is the first description that comes to mind. And as we’re counting down the days until 2021 and a year that will hopefully see some semblance of old norms by the summer, I decided to find and appreciate the good things that happened this year. 2020 has been terrible and stressful and painful in numerous ways, but it’s been pretty incredible too. I didn’t realize how good until I started the annual exercise of reviewing my numbers and budgeting for next year (yes, I’m one of those nerds). Here are some of my top moments of 2020, both photographically and personally.