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I've primarily been an architecture/interiors and product shooter. Over the years I've done headshots here and there as part of a magazine feature I shot or for friends. I'm expanding my business now to add headshots & corporate portraits as a more dedicated part of my services.
My question is mainly with regard to retouching and...
I had a great headshot session today. I thought I'd get other people's opinions. What do you think?
Some for hobby and some for business. I do headshots in my studio in Katy, Texas. I'm a boudoir and fine art portrait photographer.
Back in 2015 while i was on a work trip in Budapest, Hungary, i had a chance to do some work with new model agency. They had this beautiful young model Noemi. Believe me or not, but this was the first shot i took of her. Such a beauty. Fast edit in LR and thats it.
Hello, folks. I finally got most items needed for a ghetto home studio and this is the result from the photoshoot. Please let me know what you think! I am looking forward to any constructive criticism as well. My wife was a very patient model and I think it came out great.
Canon EOS 6D, EF70-200mm f/2.8L IS II USM
ƒ/3.5, 200mm, 1/...
Hey, I'm fairly new to photography, still figuring out my camera and all that. I got a new 50mm prime lens and took a picture of my friend at a pub and I feel really proud of how it came out, I figured I might share it here for some feedback and maybe tips on how to improve my future photos.
Hi - Just wanted to introduce myself. I've been a photographer for a fair few years now but only just seen the light and joined Fstoppers..!
I'm a British expat living and working in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. I shoot commercially and love taking pictures of people. Looking forward to being inspired by this group. Here's some of my work.
I often visit many Living History shows - here are a few headshot type images to share. Be interested in seeing other Living History photos from members in the group. :)
Any feedback is welcome! One 120 cm (~46 in) octagon softbox to the left, solid yellow background.
I have been a photographer for some time. Weddings, family shoots, newborns etc
I have taken some time off, Just a bit burnt out. But now feel energize with the new style I am learning from Peter Hurley. whats your input?
This is a shot from one of my friends, we did an impromptu shoot-she has no prior experience except one other shoot with a different photographer friend last year.
Wanted to create some sober atmosphere while making this shot.
It's lighted with only natural light, indoors...
I've been reading Peter Hurley's book "The Headshot" and he got it down to a science. So I try to applied what I learned so far to my own headshot photography. Let me know what you think.
My most recent headshot session with a client I've been shooting for over 6 years. Each time she has come into my studio I have been able to outdo the last session. I'd love to keep improving. If you have any valid critiques please feel free.
This is the first subject that I have photographed in my headshot career. She and her brother own and operate a successful electrical business here in Mesa, AZ.
Hey everyone! I just thought I'd take a moment to introduce myself. I've been shooting landscapes primarily over the past year and a half and recently decided to add headshots and portraits to my body of work. Really loving a lot of the work I've seen in this group so far, and looking forward to getting to know you all.
Here's an image...
Hi everybody! My name is Will Sherrill. I have been a hobby shooter for a few years. Mostly landscapes and pictures of my kids and family. I was interested in starting a part time business doing headshots. Here is a selfie. Any advice on what to do to get started would be greatly appreciated!
Modeling portfolio for Maddie J. Miss Utah International. Taken in Albion Basin, UT with HSS and Westcott's Rapid Box Beauty Dish.
Hi! I bought my first camera a few months ago and I've way jumped in headfirst. Any input is welcome! The one in the field is unedited to give an idea of where I'm at in camera
I recently retired and would like to devote my time to photography. I have been doing photography for about 10 years and would love to grow to feel confident about my work. I recently did a shoot for a friend at her book signing event and she loved the photos. I have attached some of the shots for your review.
Wondering if any one uses/has experience of using old Nikon manual focus lenses such as the 85 mm, 135mm, 200mm with modern day Nikon digital bodies. For example with the Nikon D700 and if so any tips or suggestions that you could pass on?
Robert is a good friend of mine who will be attending UCLA for his masters in public policy, and needed a headshot to submit with his application. Robert has been a positive voice, and a powerful force for change in the LGBT community here in Los Angeles, and it was a real pleasure to work with him.
As usual, constructive feedback is...