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    L.A. Readers' Choice: Headshots and Reels

    Here are the 2010 Los Angeles Reader's Choice results for categories dealing with headshots and demo reels.  To look at all of the categories, be sure to visit the main page.

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    NYC Readers' Choice: Classes and Coaches

    Here are the 2010 New York Reader's Choice results for categories dealing with classes and coaches.  To look at all of the categories, be sure to visit the main page.

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    NYC Readers' Choice: Headshots

    Here are the 2010 New York Reader's Choice results for categories dealing with headshots.  To look at all of the categories, be sure to visit the main page.

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    L.A. Readers' Choice: Casting Directors

    Here are the 2010 Los Angeles Reader's Choice results for categories dealing with casting directors.  To look at all of the categories, be sure to visit the main page.

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    L.A. Readers' Choice: Classes and Coaches

    Here are the 2010 Los Angeles Reader's Choice results for categories dealing with classes and coaches.  To look at all of the categories, be sure to visit the main page.

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    Create Your Reel

    Rates start at $300 for an edited 15- to 20-second scene. Clients are welcome to include scenes from previous work for a nominal fee of $20 per scene.

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    Paul Smith

    Paul Smith credits his success as a headshot photographer in part to his upbringing. The Los Angeles photographer grew up in Australia, where life tends to be a bit more relaxed, he says.

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    David Muller

    The repeat champ says the exposure in Back Stage significantly raised his profile in the headshot business, and he moved out of his former studio and began working out of a 3,000-square-foot sound stag.

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    Cathryn Farnsworth

    Farnsworth, an 11-year veteran of the headshot business, has worked out of a studio before but now prefers doing shoots at her Toluca Lake home.

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    Alex Taylor, The Sanford Meisner Studio

    Actors who've worked with Alex Taylor generously praise his coaching skills. "If you allowed it," says Scot Shamblin, "He's really changed my game—what I do and how I feel about the craft."