feels really good.
I get it. Taking pictures of yourself can feel awkward and uncomfortable. But do you know what feels worse? Looking bad online. Those Sears portrait studio headshots from 2005 just aren't cutting it anymore.
It may be time for a digital makeover.
Get the Direction
to create photos and brand collateral
that don't suck
Learn How to
Develop Your Moodboard to Attract Your Target Audience
Researching and developing your moodboard is essential to creating a brand that not only speaks of you, but also speaks to your audience.
Before You Step On Set
Properly Prepare for a Professional Photoshoot
Being as prepared as possible when you step "on set" can make a drastic difference between getting the shot and just getting frustrated. Learn how to plan our shots, wardrobe, hair and makeup, and potential shots.
Don't Forget To...
Create and Source Stock Images for Your Website and Brand Collateral
Generic stock photos are very, very out. Learn how to source the best, most realistic stock photos and even plan to shoot stock photos and b-roll of your very own.
Briefing Sheets for Your Photographer
Plan what you need ahead of time to give your photographer direction to get you the best shots possible, including location ideas, required shots, and highlights of your moodboard.
Why Your Photography Matters
just a few reasons
Taking careful consideration into how your brand, either yourself or your business, is perceived may be the difference between gaining that high-end client - or not.
By investing in your business to produce the best possible photography can help establish you as an authority and customers gain trust in your business.
Chances are, the more recognizable and professional your photos are, the more people will want to engage with your business - and will remember you.
Honestly, My Clients are Killing it With Their Photography
check them out
Create Killer Photos That Make You Feel
Like a Pro.
Download the guide, complete with briefing sheets for your photographer to get the perfect shots
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