Scheduling Office Headshots — Hampton Roads Photographer

I frequently have offices contact me about providing headshots for one or two employees at a time. However, it is much more convenient to all and better for a company’s brand to have me come in and update headshots for everyone all at once. Most don’t know, but I discount per person to make this an affordable option for an office space.

So, what do you need to know to schedule a headshot session for your office?

1. Schedule the session 2 weeks to 1 month out.
The biggest challenge to these sessions is getting everyone together at the same time. Scheduling your session 2 weeks to 1 month out gives your employees time to plan their schedule accordingly without being too far out that they forget about it. Be sure to contact me for available dates before you announce anything to your office.

2. Plan a strict 1-hour window for your employees to arrive for headshots.
Depending on the number of employees receiving headshots and the attitude of employees, headshots can be really quick or take extra time. Planning for employees to arrive around the same time allows me to get them done more efficiently.

3. Inform your employees of the dress code.
Some offices are more informal, some are suit and tie. Be sure to explain to your employees the dress code for the photos so that your website, social media, business cards, etc. will attract your ideal clients.

4. Consistency in brand.
Think about your company brand and the look that you’d like to portray on your website. I offer MANY different looks for my clients. My professional headshots span from clean and simple to complex lighting to creative backgrounds. Discuss with me prior to the session what look your company is going for. I’m more than happy to give my creative suggestions!

Contact me when you’re ready and I’d be happy to help you through the process!

— Leah <3

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