Our corporate headshot photography supports your business communications. In the era of digital communication, a professional portrait photo will help clients put a face to your name. Making text communication more personable.
If you would like to engage a professional headshot photographer, drop us a message via the message box at the side of the page today!
Table of Contents
- Basic Examples of Corporate Headshot Usage
- Different Types of Corporate Headshot Portraits
- How Long Does It Take For A Headshot Photo Shoot?
- How Do I Get Started?
- Need Even More Ideas?
Many business professionals will agree that meeting a business partner face to face will help to forge stronger working relationships. It is therefore important that your clients and business partners can put a face to your name when communicating via digital channels.
This explains why many of our clients have taken to using a professional corporate portrait of their staff and colleagues in their digital communication channels.
Basic Examples of Corporate Headshot Usage
Different Types of Corporate Headshot Portraits
Corporate headshot should be professional, but it does not have to be boring! We still recommend individuals to be dressed at their best, for the photo shoot. But there are cases where you might want to show a casual side of your team members.
Creative Corporate Headshots
An ideal choice for businesses looking for a corporate image that stands out.
Outdoor Background Corporate Portraits
Using outdoor background for your corporate portraits is a good way to introduce a special element without being too loud. Having some greenery also helps to provide a sense of comfort to the viewer.
Office Background Corporate Portraits
Corporate portraits taken with your office background give context to business operations. The context of your background can also help to tell a story about the individual’s area of expertise, or your company’s specialisation.
Formal Background Corporate Portraits
A classic and timeless style of corporate photography. Apart from its classic look, you can do background removal on a plain background, and use it for a specific purpose such as websites or design collaterals.
Corporate Group Individual Photo
If you are looking to take a group photo while adhering to the safe distancing measures, we have a solution for you.
A corporate group individual photo is best suited for your team. In this setting, your employees will have their photo taken individually in a studio setting, or they can also do so in smaller groups. Our corporate photographers will then carefully edit the photos to compose a professional group photo which can be used in your annual report or company collaterals.
How Long Does It Take For A Headshot Photo Shoot?
The time for a headshot photo shoot can vary depending on your requirements. For a normal headshot, the photography process is about 5 to 10 mins per individual.
Clicking the shutter may take only quarter of a second, but the most crucial work are to be done before our photographer clicks the shutter. Our photographer likes to make the subject feels comfortable, and strive for a natural smile from the subject.
After a series of photos is taken, your subject can then review the shots and choose their favourite shots. Depending on your requirements, the subject may choose 1 or more images.
Make-up Artist For Corporate Headshots
If you require a make-up artist, the timeline will be much longer. A make-up artist will usually provide touch-up on not just the face, but also on hairstyling. This process can take about 30 mins per individual.
How Long In Advance Should I Book Your Service?
We advise you to book our services about 2 weeks to 1 month in advance. When you book with us early, you will have more flexibility in choosing an available date. After your shoot, our photographer will require up to 7 working days to edit your images.
How Do I Get Started?
Our project coordinators are ready to discuss your corporate portrait photography requirements with you. Some information we need to know when planning your photoshoot includes:
- Who are the subjects? (e.g. CEO, Board of Directors, Employee.)
- How many subjects do you have?
- How many images do you require per subject? (Usually 1~2)
- What is your preferred background type?
- Do you require headshot, half-body or full-body?
- How are you planning to use the images?
Need Even More Ideas?
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