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

Headshot Photography Atlanta

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.

Posts tagged Professional Headshots
Headshot Session 3 Finished Images

Brittany Robinett is an attorney for the Gwinnett County School District. I've awarded Brittany the coveted "May Model of the Month" award from Steve Glass Photography. She was so easy to work with. I kept shooting after I had what we needed just because it was fun.

I'm blogging her session because it's what one can accomplish with my 3 finished shots business session.

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Headshots & Pictures for Social Media

Why not look your best? Especially if you're an entrepenuer. The social media shoots are fun and loose. We walk around my neighborhood in the morning, we go to a park, we do some studio things.

When we're done you have a variety of images. For a few hundred dollars you can populate your social media, LinkedIn, and even have images for brochures and such for your business.

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ERAS Headshots for Medical Residency Applicants

The medical residency program is a process that determines the next few years of a doctor's future. Medical residency in the US implements an online application system referred to as ERAS. The system requires a headshot of the medical resident applicant. These headshots get uploaded to the ERAS or Electronic Residency Application Service. There are specifications that need to be met when submitting your photo or the system will kick it out. Of course a great headshot always comes in handy. The medical resident can use it on LinkedIn, Facebook, or other social media.

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Expression: The Perfect Headshot

What makes a great headshot? Expression! 

Warmth, confidence, and approachability. All my favorite headshots have those 3 elements to them. 
What should not be on your face is the things that amount to a pre-occupation with something other than your connecting with the viewer. In all my favorite portraits there's not the slightest hint of doubt in the gaze of the subject. What we often refer to as being hesitant or self concious. 
So why not practice?

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