I met Elizabeth on a blustery but fairly comfortable February day to do her professional headshots. To say it was blustery, would be putting it mildly. It was windy. While the temperature was okay when the wind paused, once it came back, we both huddled together. Elizabeth is a creative and wanted something a little less traditional for her headshots. We thought that the background of Renaissance Park would be perfect and it was.
Her choice of clothing was perfect. A black cardigan that could come off (even for a quick second) and then another black and patterned sweater on underneath that. A necklace added interest without being too much of a statement.
You might think that these look a little different than what you think of when you think of professional headshots. I make sure there are plenty of classic poses that can easily be cropped, but I also give full and half body shots. Like the above photo, I love it with the aquarium in the background. You never know where you might want to use a photograph like this, on a website or a billboard.
We had lots of fun surviving the chilly wind and getting quick shots in whenever it died down! If you are interested in professional headshots, my gallery page explains how they work.