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  • 3 Tips For Choosing the Right Headshot Photographer

    Nothing strikes anxiety and horror into the hearts of actors more than being told it’s time to update their headshots. Finding the right headshot photographer can be a stressful enterprise for even the most seasoned professional, with actors searching ads, social media recommendations, and $99 headshot specials stapled to telephone poles until they’ve worked themselves up into a frenzy.
    Hopefully, these few tips will help you find a collaboration that will provide a flattering yet honest depiction of you while showing personality and character that will get you called into auditions.
    1. Make sure the photographer you hire is a headshot photographer.Every actor I’ve ever worked with has sought out the help of a friend or family member who is a “professional photographer.” Like any other genre of photography, shooting headshots is its own specific art form that must adhere to industry standards to be effective. You wouldn’t want a product photographer shooting your headshots any more than you’d want to hire me to shoot your wedding. One of the many benefits of living in a metropolis is that there are many photographers who specifically shoot headshots for a living, so don’t settle for a

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