Steve Glass Photography
It's not your picture, it's your image.
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Atlanta Headshot Photography

Atlanta Portrait Photographer Steve Glass specializes in commercial and editorial portraits of all types. Sought after in both the business and acting community Steve strives to deliver quality throughout the entire process.

Dentist & Lawyer Professional Headshots

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This young and beautiful couple contacted me to get some headshots. He is a dentist, she is an immigration attorney, and they wanted something a little different. They wanted me to come to their house. So they wanted a background that was a little busier. The immediate go to was a large wooden wall covering in the breakfast room. I think this served us really well and they really liked the idea as well. Dentist & Lawyer Professional Headshots

Dentist & Lawyer Professional Headshots

Dentist & Lawyer Professional Headshots

Dentist & Lawyer Professional Headshots

Dentist & Lawyer Professional Headshots

Dentist & Lawyer Professional Headshots

So there's advantages and disadvantages to having headshots done in your house like these folks did. One advantage is that you get something completely unique. That is if there is something completely unique in your house with which to work with. Another advantage is you are in the comfort of your home. You have access to a full wardrobe with which you are familiar.

But there are disadvantages too. One disadvantage is that you are distracted because you are home. Even though your headshot session takes 45 minutes to an hour, it takes me time to set up, then time to strike everything. The time to set up and break down varies from location to location and how far it is from my car to your abode. If you're in a high rise condo or if you're in a residential house. The load in and out times will vary. I also charge you more to come to your location because it takes more time and there's more wear and tear on the equipment.

There are other considerations as well. But if you have the budget I recommend doing location headshots. I get the impression from many of my customers that their headshots are a once in a decade sort of event. I recommend getting them much more often. Sure your knee jerk reaction is, "Well your a photographer of course you'd say that." But if I were you I'd get some shots once a year and I'd switch them up some. I'd get casual, casual business, dressier business, and I'd get a formal portrait done as well. Not all in the same sitting of course. Like it or not our public image has become globalized. There are folks who don't need to bother with it and good for them. For many of us, myself included, our on-line footprint is essential to our livelihood. People do business with people and you need to come across as a warm and engaging person. Not a default icon or piece of blank screen on LinkeIn. I'm convinced that everyone has at least one good angle. You don't have to be as beautiful as the couple in this blog post, few people are. You just have to be there.

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