Headshots Are More Than Just "Shots"
Visual Narratives: People, Places, and Spaces. Taking the time to work with a subject during a business portrait shoot is important.
It's a process. Gaining the subject's trust allows me to apply my own vision and voice to capture the inner essence of who someone really is. So, if I ask them to sit in a chair, I usually don't have to tell them how to sit in it. Frequently, they just sit..in a way that communicates just the right expression. Of course, I might tweak them a bit. But, they still can be the person they are.
Reinterpreting an image in black and white adds yet another dimension. By stripping away brown, yellow, and orange, the tonality of the photo changes yet again. It helps you look further into the person's soul.
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