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  • 4 (More) Keys to Finding the Right Photographer

    Picking the right headshot photographer can be a daunting task. With so many photographers out there, how do you know which is right for you? I’ve previously discussed four keys for picking a headshot photographer, and in order to make sure you get the most out of your next headshot session, here are four more ways to find the right one.
    Your next headshot photographer should…
    1. …understand the business and current trends.It surprises me that many photographers aren’t aware of how the industry actually works or aren’t up on the current standards and trends. Good photographers get out there and talk with casting directors and agents.
    Because CDs are getting thousands of submissions per role and they’re looking at the submissions as thumbnails, it’s important the actor be the main focus. You might think that’s a given but looking at headshots every day, I’m amazed that some photographers are still shooting in front of brick walls, bushes and trees, or using incredibly busy backgrounds.
    Right now, most casting directors and agents are looking for clean, crisp backgrounds (white/gray/monochromatic) allowing the actor to be the focus while highlighting their specific type and branding. Industry

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