Hands can be so incredibly awkward and somehow tend to get in the way when you don’t know what to do with them. Trying to pose for your business portraits is already making you step out of your comfort zone. Don’t fret. Posing your hands is easier than you think. “What do I do with […]
How would you describe your comfort level in front of a camera on a scale of 1-10? Ten means that you can’t get out of bed in the morning quick enough to be in front of the camera and strike a pose. You absolutely love this experience and it makes you feel amazing. One on the other hand means that as soon as you see a camera you run as fast as you can. Hiding is your first instinct as you cringe at the thought of having your picture taken.
You finally have your gallery in hand from your personal branding session. You look at the images that were created just for you. You get all excited about finally using those new images on your website and in promoting your business on all of your social media platforms. Then it hits you. You’re stuck! How do you actually get those messages and special promos you see other brands so effortlessly push out onto your own images?
It’s time to chill, grab a glass of wine and sit down at your computer. Here is my simple checklist of information you want to have at the ready:
You booked a headshot session and are looking through your closet to find the perfect outfit to complement your eye color and face shape. You style your hair and add jewelry to pull your outfit together. You want to look your best so your portrait will show your beautiful self and ooze confidence. Your headshot is your calling card, it needs to make a good first impression.
STOP! Aren’t you forgetting something? Your face deserves special care as well.
Carol Cool, speaker and author, shares her experience of working with me (Heike Martin Photography) to get lifestyle branding images for her website, social media channels and marketing print needs. I couldn’t think of a better way to explain to you how my process works than asking Carol to share her own experience.