Studies have shown that a first impression is built within the first 7 seconds of being seen. We tend to begin business relationships with people we have not met yet in this age of technology and digital profiles. With that being said, you do not have the luxury of missing an opportunity to make a good impression. This is where the power of a strong profile and portrait comes into play.
An amazing headshot will ensure that your audience receives your virtual handshake warmly and generates a positive impression. Below are 7 tips to ensure you make a great impression online to your prospective clients.
When we hear corporate photography most of us think of a white background, studio lighting, plain dark suit and a serious expression. That is the old way people did corporate photography. But a business portrait does not have to be dull or boring anymore. Just because you are in a professional job, such as real estate, insurance or law, does not mean you have to look professional in a boring, corporate sense. Corporate culture is changing and individuals want to do business that they feel comfortable with. There are easy ways to make sure that the face of your business matches your corporate portrait.
How To Keep Corporate Shots Engaging
Color – Traditionally when we think of corporate photos we think of gray, black and white. By adding some pops of color it is easy to create eye catching portraits while still remaining professional. Continue reading