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How To Use Your Headshots and Portraits

By February 23, 2016 September 20th, 2017 BLOG, HEADSHOTS, PORTRAITS

When it comes to investing in your business, nothing compares to the brand longevity and reach that professional photography can bring. In a world where first impressions are crucial and oftentimes those first impressions happen not in person but online via Social Media or websites, it’s more important than ever to visually capture the unique essence that is you, your business, and your message.

Yet, even with the indisputable facts that support investing in professional photography, I still hear all the time how client’s don’t know how to use their headshots. So today I want to share some of my favorite past clients and how they used professional photography to grow and elevate their professional brand.

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First off, why do you need a professional headshot?

Having a professional headshot is crucial to personal branding and your professional image. Whether you are an innovator, educator, artist, executive, or entrepreneur, the ability to visually communicate you is crucial. Headshots are so much more than a close-up of your face,  but a valuable communication tool used to express who you are and what you do.

Why does your business need professional headshots?

“ You do not build the trust of your customers by showing them your company, you build their trust by showing them you.”

Having a professional presence online is crucial in today’s marketplace. A cohesive collection of headshots for your team strengthens your brand and communicate your professionalism to potential clients.

As a business professional, you are looking for more visibility, engagement, inquiries, and sales. A powerful professional headshot serves as more than just a visual marketing tool but a creative partner, helping deliver these solid results by elevating and expanding your brand’s message and serving to communicate with your target clientele.

How can I use my headshots?

Whether you are an innovator, educator, artist, executive, or entrepreneur, the ability to visually communicate you is crucial. Headshots are much more than a close-up of your face. They are a valuable communication tool used to express who you are and what you do.

If you are looking for a business headshot or actor headshot, my team and I have the resources, knowledge, and experience to capture you and what makes you unique. Let us help communicate you.

Check out some of the unique ways you can use your headshots to communicate you and your business with the people who matter most, your clients.

ALBUM ARTWORK + PROMOTIONAL MATERIALS

Examples of using portraits for blogs posters and album covers
Examples of using headshots for album covers

MAGAZINES + PRINT WORK

Examples of using headshots for branding in Magazines
Examples of how to use your headshots for branding in articles

SOCIAL MEDIA + WEBSITE BRANDING

Examples of how to use your headshots for branding on social media
Examples of using headshots for webpage branding on computer monitors

EMAIL SIGNATURES + BUSINESS CARDS

Example of how to use your headshot in your email signature
Example of using headshots for Branding on business cards

The opportunities are endless when it comes to how you can use your headshots. Photography plays such a huge role in today’s marketing and media driven world. Put your best face forward with professional headshots and portraits of you, your business, and your team today.

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Hello, I’m Tracy Wright Corvo.

I am a headshot and commercial brand photographer based in Honolulu, Hi.

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