Business Head Shots
Formal Studio Photography
The type of business headshot you choose will depend on your business and the image you wish to project.
Our studio sessions are the most popular choice for professionals interested in updating their LinkedIn profile photo or for companies looking to get individual images of each of their team members for company websites.
We work with clients in London and the Home Counties who are looking for formal studio headshot photography. So whether you’re an individual or organising a shoot for 300 employees, we can provide formal studio business portraits for you and your team. With minimal disruption to your business, we can bring our studio to you.
Alternatively, if you don’t have space for us to photograph your business headshot but you’re looking for that studio style, come to us in Sutton.
Classic formal studio photography on pure white background
Personal Branding Story
Who you are is vital to your audience and showing them what you do can be very powerful. If you want to get more of your personal brand into your portrait, we can work with you on a more creative portrait.
We will work with you beforehand to get a real understanding of your business and between us we’ll work out what you want your creative portrait to say. If you work in the city, we can use the cityscape. If you work in a creative office space, let’s use it.
Whichever style of business headshot you go for, we provide professional quality photography to ensure you really do give that best first impression.
Office/Cityscape background portrait
In action portrait
Preparation for your shoot
Think about which is your best side. You may be self conscious about your facial features and we are used to hearing this. For example, one of your eyes is bigger than the other in which case we would angle you so that both eyes look the same size.
It's important to be comfortable when smiling and not force a smile. Top tip is to think of someone or something that makes you laugh. This will help to relax you and get a great smile.
There isn't a strict rule so long as your outfit reflects your company. For formal studio photography, dark suits and classic office wear would be the way to go. For jewellery, think and subtle and classic.
You want to look confident, genuine and approachable.
Do keep your back straight.
Don't hunch your shoulders.
Don't cross your arms or put your hands in your pocket
Hair and make up
Don't cut your hair right before the shoot or have it dyed.
Makeup should be subtle and not overpower the portrait.