Headshot Advice

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    Don't be Penny-wise When It Comes to Headshots

    Regardless of how it is created, your headshot is still your calling card, your best foot forward. Our goal with any camera is to capture something authentic about you as an actor.

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    Taking Your Best Shot

    Every day, I get phone calls from prospective clients telling me it's insane out there with so many photographers competing for headshot business. How do you know who's good and who's not?

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    Name That Tune

    "I Am What I Am" and "I've Gotta Be Me" are two song titles that should be mantras for every actor when it comes to headshots. Your photos should look just like you on a really good day.

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    Capturing You

    The $10,000 questions are: How do you get a great headshot? And for that matter, what is a great headshot?

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    Ready for Your Close-Up?

    The second someone steps in front of my camera, my brain goes into overdrive to answer one question: How do I make this person look his or her best?

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    The Top 10 Ways To Make Your Thumbnail Headshots Stand Out

    Here are 10 tips to make your thumbnail headshots make a maximum impact. 

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    Four Tips to Make the Most of Your Photo Shoot

    As Hamlet says, "The readiness is all." One of the best ways to be sure you get all the shots you need is to be superprepared.

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    What to Expect From Your Photographer

    Before you spend your hard-earned money to have professional headshots taken, here is some personal advice from a professional.

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    Successful Shooting

    Agents and casting directors receive thousands of headshots a month. Yours has to stand out, grabbing that industry insider by the lapels and saying "Look at me!"

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    Time for a Change

    It's a given that your shots are going to look like you, so any obvious change in physical appearance will require a new headshot.