Are you looking for LinkedIn Headshot Photographer to update your profile photo for 2020 and beyond?
Would you like that photo to make you look credible, approachable and employable?
What if the process of getting the shot done was painless and actually quite enjoyable?
Not all LinkedIn Profile Photography is created equal. A good LinkedIn headshot should be something you’re pleased to have representing you professionally on the web. A bad LinkedIn profile photo is something you pulled off your phone because you couldn’t find anything better.
Your professional LinkedIn photo can be created in my studio, at your office or outside. I create headshots for individuals who are looking for a job or trying to further their career and for companies so they can have consistency across their staff.
Usually individual people go for a 45 minute headshot session which results in 5 final images, or I can go into an office for a half or full day.
Everyone is unique and everyone hates having their profile photo taken, so the session is about establishing what type of images will work best for you and then going about creating that. Sometimes I get the shot in the first 10 minutes, and other times it take a little longer for me to work with the client to create headshot photos that will make them look good on LinkedIn and other social networks.
You can also go for a longer session so that we can create some nice headshots plus another set of more relaxed and informal portrait photos that you can use for whatever other purposes you need. It’s often a good idea to have a bank of great portrait photos so you can use them if you’re speaking at a conference, writing an article or being featured in a magazine. Each of these will have different requirements for the image you use, and having a choice will help you make the best impression.
LinkedIn Headshots can be created during your lunchtime or after work if you’re pushed for time.
Most people are a bit nervous about getting their photo taken, and lots of people don’t like most photos of them. But, honestly, nearly every single one of my clients actually find working with me to be an (almost) enjoyable experience, and are pleasantly surprised by how much they like the photos.
They send me messages like this after I send the final photos:
“Many thanks Andrew! They look great. It has been a pleasure.”
“Loving the photos! But having difficulty picking 15 for editing…. Is that our absolute maximum?”
“Thanks so much, these look great.”
Send me a message to get started.