It’s time to get your head in the game, with these simple tips to improve your headshot
What to wear on your shoot, when it comes to materials.
What to wear on your shoot, when it comes to colours and patterns
Just the thought of facing down the lens and I break into a cold sweat. I am the queen of the weird facial expression, the surprised eyebrows, the blink.
You’ve been putting off getting a headshot like a university student avoiding an essay, so which tribe are you in?
Hands up those of you who have cropped your profile picture from a friend’s wedding photo. You are not alone.
If you’re considering facing down the camera and investing in some new photos then you want to make sure you’re getting the absolute most out of them.
As far as New Year’s resolutions go it might not be the most obvious but if you have been putting off getting in front of the camera, now might be the perfect time to put your best face forward.
NB. You are not as un-photogenic as you think you are. These tips will give a couple of useful pointers but nothing will look as great as a nice big smile.
When it comes to making a first impression, it’s rarely that. You’re already on your second. Your first was made online.
Sporty, Posh, Baby, Scary, Ginger, these female powerhouses certainly knew a thing about the importance of having a strong personal brand. So, “Stop Right Now” and see what this girl power group got so very right…
Gone are the days when stiff and straight-faced was the only acceptable look in a corporate portrait. Smiles are in but how do we get them looking their beamiest, brightest and most genuine?
If you are reading this, then you have a digital footprint. But is it the one want?
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