LinkedIn Headshots & Business Portraits – New Studio Date 02.04.15

NEED A LINKEDIN PROFILE HEADSHOT OR LOOKING TO UPDATE YOUR BUSINESS PORTRAIT FOR SOCIAL MEDIA, NETWORKING & WEBSITES.

NEW STUDIO DATE – THURSDAY 2ND APRIL 2015.

What to expect from our pop-up LinkedIn Headshot Days.

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We get so many questions from our clients before our professional portrait/ LinkedIn headshot sessions so Rachel put these questions to Jon to give new clients some things to think about before coming along for new LinkedIn Headshots.

So, what is the Pop-Up Studio?

At the end of last year we received planning permission to build a studio in our garden so we’re busy organising that as we go into 2015 – very exciting.  But as with these type of things, they take time and the studio won’t be up and running until the summer.  So for now we host a monthly ‘pop-up’ a studio in our home.

We’ve been doing this for the last year or so and they’ve proved to be so popular.  More and more people need professional portrait photography (a headshot) for Linkedin and other social media platforms.

I  go to larger companies for clients who need me to photograph professional portraits and business headshots of their work force and I’ve been doing this for years now.  I photograph the teams at all kinds of big organisations such as L’Oreal, Estee Lauder, Moet & Chandon.

I thought it would be good to offer the same quality images to smaller businesses and individuals.  Doing it one one day per month and offering people a place to come seemed like the best idea and it’s been working brilliantly well.  So much so that we’re now hoping to have a studio.  We’re hoping to launch the more formal studio space as we head into Spring this year.

So, where is it and how does it work?

We pop up a white background, lighting and reflectors in the dining room of our house.  It may sound weird but it works a treat!  Clients arrive, have a coffee, a chat, we talk about what they’re trying to achieve and discuss what they are wearing and other outfit options.  Once clients are happy we head from the kitchen into the dining room and get started.  Sessions last 45 minutes and we can achieve so much in that time.  Please check out what other people have said about the sessions here.

Here’s where we’re based.  The address again is 244 Reading Road, Wokingham, Berkshire, RG41 5AA.  Any problems getting to us, call us on 07956 505 336 or 07973 158839.  (As a tip, the Winnersh sign is outside our house and Old Forest Road is virtually opposite).  You can either park in our driveway or on the pavement.

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What about the background, what colour is it?

It’s a clean white background – it isn’t distracting and it’s a good all rounder – flattering for all ages and skin tones.   When you consider that your headshot will be seen as a thumbnail on most mediums (Twitter, Facebook, Linkedin, networking sites) you need to keep the image simple and clean.  White works well and also means that you can ‘cut out’ your image for use on your website.

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What about props?

We’re happy to work with props so if you have a prop that helps get across your business, your personality, your values, feel free to bring it along.  For some this is a tablet or a branded sign, a pair of running shoes, a trophy, you name it! Bring along any ideas you may have and we can give them a go!

How long do the sessions last?

People generally find that 45 minutes is a good time to get a collection of images.  A 45 minute session is £75 but if you want to book a double session, we’re happy to do that too.  Please let us know so that we can allocate the time accordingly.

What should I wear?

Your picture will need to reflect you and your business.  If you’re a graphic designer, you may not opt for a business suit; a lawyer may not want to wear leisurewear.  You know your business, your brand and you also know your audience.  So we’re sure you’ll know how to dress accordingly. Equally, you’ll want your corporate headshot to last longer than the season so classic, timeless clothing is always a good option rather than wearing something that will look dated the following year.

Jon Bradley, Photography, photographer, photography, photos, corporate, not so corporate, headshots, commercial, business, South East, South, London, Berkshire, Reading, Wokingham, social media, portrait, headshot, images, website, headshot, day, pop-up, studio, portableA few other tips:

  • Long sleeves are good – much more flattering.
  • Wear a jacket or cardigan – something that can be removed/put on to give another look.  You could go for a more formal shot with your jacket on and then have a more relaxed, smiley image wearing a shirt/blouse.
  • Patterns can look really great but try to avoid anything too distracting.  We want to focus on you and your face and we don’t want anything to take the focus away.  Subtle patterns and prints are fine though.
  • Block colours are fantastic – less distracting but AVOID WHITE (not great with a white background).  If you only feel comfortable in black wear it but opt for another colour if you can.
  • For ladies, think about scarves and/or necklaces.  These can often work well and give a pop of colour/pattern.  There’s also the option to do a shot with and one without.
  • Wear a colour and style that you feel comfortable in – you need to look relaxed in front of the camera.
  • A note to the men out there, wear an ironed shirt or other top/t-shirt.  A white shirt is fine if you’re wearing it with a jacket.  A white shirt alone can wash people out generally.  If you wear a tie for work, do wear one.  We can always do one with and one without.  A jacket is great to have that option and bring some shirts that can ‘stand alone’ too.  The more options we have the more images you’ll get.

What about make-up?

If you normally wear make-up, wear what you would wear if you were going to an interview, a meeting or to see a client.  You want to look your best but it needs to be well done, not over done!  We’re thinking fresh, clean make-up with maybe a little extra blusher to add a little warmth.  Avoid lip-gloss or anything with any sparkle.  Matt colours are best as they don’t reflect the light and distract.  If you don’t normally wear make-up, that’s fine, you don’t need to wear make-up to look great.  But perhaps use some moisturiser in the morning and a touch of clear lip balm.  And don’t forget your make-up bag on the day – you can always touch up your lipstick when you arrive!

And Hair?

Your hair needs to be clean and presentable, again as it would be for a client meeting, business pitch or interview.  Just take a few extra minutes to get it looking the best you can.

For the men out there, hair looks good if it’s clean and tidy.  Have a shave the morning of the shoot (if that’s what you’d normally do) or trim your facial hair.

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What about re-touching?

We love photographing people and our photos are honest and natural but flattering, all at the same time!  We will do basic retouching of your portrait just to tidy things up, we will colour balance everything and make your image look tip-top and this is included in the fee. If once you receive the images, you want a little extra work on them, we’re happy to discuss this with you.  Paul is our resident retoucher and he’s a whizz on Photoshop so if you are concerned with anything, do let us know and we can price some retouching accordingly (this will be charge extra).  That said, we won’t go crazy in Photoshop though!  To us, it’s really disconcerting to connect with people and then meet them in the flesh at a business meeting/networking event and find that they look nothing like their photograph!   So, if you want to look like you’ve had botox, lipo and lifts, maybe best to look elsewhere!

What do I get after the session?

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All these images were shot during one session so do bring another options when it comes to clothing. If you give it some thought before you come along and pick out some key pieces, you’ll get a great set of images with lots of choice!

You’ll receive a collection of high-definition digital images for your use.  You will get a number of different shots, crops, poses.  These will be emailed over to you a few days after the shoot, along with the invoice for £75 (the 45 minute session fee).Jon Bradley, Photography, photographer, photography, photos, corporate, not so corporate, headshots, commercial, business, South East, South, London, Berkshire, Reading, Wokingham, social media, portrait, headshot, images, website, headshot, day, pop-up, studio, portableJon Bradley, Photography, photographer, photography, photos, corporate, not so corporate, headshots, commercial, business, South East, South, London, Berkshire, Reading, Wokingham, social media, portrait, headshot, images, website, headshot, day, pop-up, studio, portable

Any restrictions?

No.  You can use your images for web, print, whatever with no limit on time.  If there’s any chance you can credit Jon Bradley Photography, we’d be really grateful!

Here’s some extra tips and some things to think about before you pop-in for your portrait:

  • Think about the image you want to project.  Are you going for the casual, relaxed & caring or authoritative, confident, powerful? Before you come along have a think about what words you’d expect people to say when they see your new portrait.
  • If you’re not sure about what to wear and need a second opinion, bring some options along and we’ll give them a go.  If it doesn’t work in front of the camera, we’ll have the option to try something else.  Or speak to us in advance.  Send up a photo of what you’re thinking of wearing and any concerns, we’ll get back to you right away.
  • Accessorise.  Think about your choice of tie, is it too much or not enough.  Have you got some great jewelry to bring along?  Or some funky scarves to add a splash of colour to your finished look?
  • Don’t be put off simply because you don’t like having your photograph taken.  Trust us, most people who walk through the door are dreading it, but they leave loving it.  Truly.  That’s one of the reasons we host the Headshot Day at our house.  It’s relaxed, you can have a coffee, we have time to chat more about your plans for the session.  All before you’ve even seen a background roll and a reflector.  We’ll guide you into it slowly and by the end you’ll be hitting the winning shot every time.
  • Be honest with us.  Unlike the olden days of film, polaroid & transparencies, you can now see what we’re shooting as we’re shooting it.  We won’t hide it from you, after all they’re your photographs not ours.  So as we show you the images, be honest and comment on them.  If there’s something you don’t like, say.  It’s essential that we get it right.
  • In terms of posing, really don’t worry.  We know some photographers give tips on this in advance of the shoot and we can imagine you all practicing your poses in front of the bedroom mirror.  It’s not necessary.  We can direct you on the day, show you what we mean, show you how you look on camera.  So please don’t worry.  That’s the bit we can help you with and we know what we’re doing.  That said, if you’ve got any tearsheets, screen grabs, examples of headshots you love, we’d love to see them, either in advance or on the day.
  • Lastly smile and enjoy yourself.  We promise you’ll enjoy it!

Please do check out the portraits page of our website where you’ll see a montage of our images.  Also pop over to our Pinterest page where you’ll see lots of examples as well.

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Catwalk Photography London Fashion Week AW15

Due to other work commitments I only managed to get to one show at London Fashion Week this season.  Usually it’s chaos but it was great to do some catwalk photography for designer Emilio de la Morena.  I was working with the backstage hair team at Cloud 9.

Emilio de la Morena presented an elegant autumn/winter 2015 collection at BFC Courtyard Show Space.  A beautiful show, a great team, stunning clothes and I even got to practise my (rather rusty) Spanish.

Here’s some of the chaos and beauty backstage followed some hair images from the catwalk.

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Catwalk Photography London | Sibling Menswear & V&A

I often get asked to work at the Victoria & Albert Museum at their amazing Fashion in Motion shows.  I work there in conjunction with L’Oreal who provide stylists to work on the catwalk shows.  Fashion in Motion is a series of live fashion events presented against the unique backdrop of the V&A (one of my favourite places in London). Featuring some of the greatest designers of our time, Fashion in Motion brings the excitement and spectacle of the high fashion catwalk to a wide audience.

At the end of last year I went along to photograph the SIBLING show.  SIBLING is a knitwear collective and they presented the highlights from the label’s menswear collection.

Here’s just a few of my images from the catwalk show.  More of them can be found on the V&A website.  Click here to see them.

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So there you go, some of my Catwalk Photography London.

Thanks and keep smiling!  J

 

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London Event Photography – MAC SS15 Trends Presentation

I was invited to attend the MAC trends presentation late last year in London.  It’s a very technical, informative event and I was there to capture the trends through photography.

The presentation went out to make up artists, bloggers and beauty press, giving them the low down on what looks they’ll be seeing for Spring/Summer 2015.

The evening was hosted by Terry Barber who is the director of makeup artistry for MAC UK.

I’ve worked with the team at MAC before on their trends presentations.  The announce four trends for the coming season.  The trends are always inline with the seasons fashion and hair trends.

Here’s just a few images from the evening.

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London Event Photography by Jon Bradley.

Have a great day everyone. And keep smiling.  J.

 

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LinkedIn Profile Headshots Do you need one? New Studio Date – 06.02.15

NEED A LINKEDIN PROFILE HEADSHOT FOR 2015?  HEADSHOTS FOR SOCIAL MEDIA, NETWORKING & WEBSITES.  NEW STUDIO DATE – FRIDAY 6TH FEBRUARY 2015.

What to expect from our pop-up Headshot Days.

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We get so many questions from our clients before our professional portrait/ LinkedIn headshot sessions so Rachel put these questions to Jon to give new clients some things to think about before coming along for new LinkedIn Profile Headshots.

So, what is the Pop-Up Studio?

At the end of last year we received planning permission to build a studio in our garden so we’re busy organising that as we go into 2015 – very exciting.  But as with these type of things, they take time and the studio won’t be up and running until April time.  So for now we host a monthly ‘pop-up’ a studio in our home.

We’ve been doing this for the last year or so and they’ve proved to be so popular.  More and more people need professional portrait photography (a headshot) for Linkedin and other social media platforms.

I  go to larger companies for clients who need me to photograph professional portraits and business headshots of their work force and I’ve been doing this for years now.  I photograph the teams at all kinds of big organisations such as L’Oreal, Estee Lauder, Moet & Chandon.

I thought it would be good to offer the same quality images to smaller businesses and individuals.  Doing it one one day per month and offering people a place to come seemed like the best idea and it’s been working brilliantly well.  So much so that we’re now hoping to have a studio.  We’re hoping to launch the more formal studio space as we head into Spring this year.

So, where is it and how does it work?

We pop up a white background, lighting and reflectors in the dining room of our house.  It may sound weird but it works a treat!  Clients arrive, have a coffee, a chat, we talk about what they’re trying to achieve and discuss what they are wearing and other outfit options.  Once clients are happy we head from the kitchen into the dining room and get started.  Sessions last 45 minutes and we can achieve so much in that time.  Please check out what other people have said about the sessions here.

Here’s where we’re based.  The address again is 244 Reading Road, Wokingham, Berkshire, RG41 5AA.  Any problems getting to us, call us on 07956 505 336 or 07973 158839.  (As a tip, the Winnersh sign is outside our house and Old Forest Road is virtually opposite).  You can either park in our driveway or on the pavement.

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What about the background, what colour is it?

It’s a clean white background – it isn’t distracting and it’s a good all rounder – flattering for all ages and skin tones.   When you consider that your headshot will be seen as a thumbnail on most mediums (Twitter, Facebook, Linkedin, networking sites) you need to keep the image simple and clean.  White works well and also means that you can ‘cut out’ your image for use on your website.

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What about props?

We’re happy to work with props so if you have a prop that helps get across your business, your personality, your values, feel free to bring it along.  For some this is a tablet or a branded sign, a pair of running shoes, a trophy, you name it! Bring along any ideas you may have and we can give them a go!

How long do the sessions last?

People generally find that 45 minutes is a good time to get a collection of images.  A 45 minute session is £75 but if you want to book a double session, we’re happy to do that too.  Please let us know so that we can allocate the time accordingly.

What should I wear?

Your picture will need to reflect you and your business.  If you’re a graphic designer, you may not opt for a business suit; a lawyer may not want to wear leisurewear.  You know your business, your brand and you also know your audience.  So we’re sure you’ll know how to dress accordingly. Equally, you’ll want your corporate headshot to last longer than the season so classic, timeless clothing is always a good option rather than wearing something that will look dated the following year.

Jon Bradley, Photography, photographer, photography, photos, corporate, not so corporate, headshots, commercial, business, South East, South, London, Berkshire, Reading, Wokingham, social media, portrait, headshot, images, website, headshot, day, pop-up, studio, portableA few other tips:

  • Long sleeves are good – much more flattering.
  • Wear a jacket or cardigan – something that can be removed/put on to give another look.  You could go for a more formal shot with your jacket on and then have a more relaxed, smiley image wearing a shirt/blouse.
  • Patterns can look really great but try to avoid anything too distracting.  We want to focus on you and your face and we don’t want anything to take the focus away.  Subtle patterns and prints are fine though.
  • Block colours are fantastic – less distracting but AVOID WHITE (not great with a white background).  If you only feel comfortable in black wear it but opt for another colour if you can.
  • For ladies, think about scarves and/or necklaces.  These can often work well and give a pop of colour/pattern.  There’s also the option to do a shot with and one without.
  • Wear a colour and style that you feel comfortable in – you need to look relaxed in front of the camera.
  • A note to the men out there, wear an ironed shirt or other top/t-shirt.  A white shirt is fine if you’re wearing it with a jacket.  A white shirt alone can wash people out generally.  If you wear a tie for work, do wear one.  We can always do one with and one without.  A jacket is great to have that option and bring some shirts that can ‘stand alone’ too.  The more options we have the more images you’ll get.

What about make-up?

If you normally wear make-up, wear what you would wear if you were going to an interview, a meeting or to see a client.  You want to look your best but it needs to be well done, not over done!  We’re thinking fresh, clean make-up with maybe a little extra blusher to add a little warmth.  Avoid lip-gloss or anything with any sparkle.  Matt colours are best as they don’t reflect the light and distract.  If you don’t normally wear make-up, that’s fine, you don’t need to wear make-up to look great.  But perhaps use some moisturiser in the morning and a touch of clear lip balm.  And don’t forget your make-up bag on the day – you can always touch up your lipstick when you arrive!

And Hair?

Your hair needs to be clean and presentable, again as it would be for a client meeting, business pitch or interview.  Just take a few extra minutes to get it looking the best you can.

For the men out there, hair looks good if it’s clean and tidy.  Have a shave the morning of the shoot (if that’s what you’d normally do) or trim your facial hair.

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What about re-touching?

We love photographing people and our photos are honest and natural but flattering, all at the same time!  We will do basic retouching of your portrait just to tidy things up, we will colour balance everything and make your image look tip-top and this is included in the fee. If once you receive the images, you want a little extra work on them, we’re happy to discuss this with you.  Paul is our resident retoucher and he’s a whizz on Photoshop so if you are concerned with anything, do let us know and we can price some retouching accordingly (this will be charge extra).  That said, we won’t go crazy in Photoshop though!  To us, it’s really disconcerting to connect with people and then meet them in the flesh at a business meeting/networking event and find that they look nothing like their photograph!   So, if you want to look like you’ve had botox, lipo and lifts, maybe best to look elsewhere!

What do I get after the session?

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All these images were shot during one session so do bring some options when it comes to clothing. If you give it some thought before you come along and pick out some key pieces, you’ll get a great set of images with lots of choice!

You’ll receive a collection of high-definition digital images for your use.  You will get a number of different shots, crops, poses.  These will be emailed over to you a few days after the shoot, along with the invoice for £75 (the 45 minute session fee).Jon Bradley, Photography, photographer, photography, photos, corporate, not so corporate, headshots, commercial, business, South East, South, London, Berkshire, Reading, Wokingham, social media, portrait, headshot, images, website, headshot, day, pop-up, studio, portableJon Bradley, Photography, photographer, photography, photos, corporate, not so corporate, headshots, commercial, business, South East, South, London, Berkshire, Reading, Wokingham, social media, portrait, headshot, images, website, headshot, day, pop-up, studio, portable

Any restrictions?

No.  You can use your images for web, print, whatever with no limit on time.  If there’s any chance you can credit Jon Bradley Photography, we’d be really grateful!

Here’s some extra tips and some things to think about before you pop-in for your portrait:

  • Think about the image you want to project.  Are you going for the casual, relaxed & caring or authoritative, confident, powerful? Before you come along have a think about what words you’d expect people to say when they see your new portrait.
  • If you’re not sure about what to wear and need a second opinion, bring some options along and we’ll give them a go.  If it doesn’t work in front of the camera, we’ll have the option to try something else.  Or speak to us in advance.  Send up a photo of what you’re thinking of wearing and any concerns, we’ll get back to you right away.
  • Accessorise.  Think about your choice of tie, is it too much or not enough.  Have you got some great jewelry to bring along?  Or some funky scarves to add a splash of colour to your finished look?
  • Don’t be put off simply because you don’t like having your photograph taken.  Trust us, most people who walk through the door are dreading it, but they leave loving it.  Truly.  That’s one of the reasons we host the Headshot Day at our house.  It’s relaxed, you can have a coffee, we have time to chat more about your plans for the session.  All before you’ve even seen a background roll and a reflector.  We’ll guide you into it slowly and by the end you’ll be hitting the winning shot every time.
  • Be honest with us.  Unlike the olden days of film, polaroid & transparencies, you can now see what we’re shooting as we’re shooting it.  We won’t hide it from you, after all they’re your photographs not ours.  So as we show you the images, be honest and comment on them.  If there’s something you don’t like, say.  It’s essential that we get it right.
  • In terms of posing, really don’t worry.  We know some photographers give tips on this in advance of the shoot and we can imagine you all practicing your poses in front of the bedroom mirror.  It’s not necessary.  We can direct you on the day, show you what we mean, show you how you look on camera.  So please don’t worry.  That’s the bit we can help you with and we know what we’re doing.  That said, if you’ve got any tearsheets, screen grabs, examples of headshots you love, we’d love to see them, either in advance or on the day.
  • Lastly smile and enjoy yourself.  We promise you’ll enjoy it!

Please do check out the portraits page of our website where you’ll see a montage of our images.  Also pop over to our Pinterest page where you’ll see lots of examples as well.

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LinkedIn profile picture updates – Shine the spotlight on you and your business

Hands up…How many of you still have ‘get an up to date photo taken for LinkedIn’ on your ‘to-do’ list from last year? I know many of my networking contacts, both on and off line, are guilty of delaying. They’re too busy, they don’t have the budget, they’re waiting until the new year. Well, welcome to 2015. The time is now to shine the spotlight on you.  Maybe the time is now to update your LinkedIn profile picture for the new year.

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Here’s what Entreprenuer.com said in an article about LinkedIn, published a few years ago:

“Your LinkedIn profile represents your professional image on the Internet and can be found through searches on LinkedIn or search engines. When people search the Internet for your name, your LinkedIn profile will most likely be one of the top search results, so you want to make a great first impression.”

The author is one of America’s leading coaches when it comes to LinkedIn. And yes, the Americans are often far better than us here in the UK when it comes to self-promotion. They also really appreciate the art of photography and are happy to invest in it for their business and themselves.

In the article, the contributor, Tod Prodromou stressed how important it is to have a professional photograph taken for your profile image.

“It’s very important to use a professional picture in your LinkedIn profile. First impressions are very important and people will judge you within a few seconds when they see your LinkedIn profile.”

At the end of last year I attended a LinkedIn/Social Media workshop with Steve Mills (the Prudent Marketer) and he couldn’t have said it better when he stated that your LinkedIn profile will never be 100% complete without a photo. But not just any photo, you need to make it a good one. Your LinkedIn profile photo is like a virtual handshake. You need to make it a good one. Looking at my connections alone, it still staggers me how many people don’t do this.

Save the selfies for Facebook and Twitter (and even then if you’re using them for business I’d stress the importance of a ‘not so corporate headshot’). And whatever you do, don’t hide behind an avatar or a company logo. This is actually a violation of the LinkedIn end user license agreement.

 

So I’ll end of a positive note. Last year we photographed well over 500 smiling faces. All for commercial purposes, company websites, social media channels, marketing campaigns. And this year we intend to top that. The great news is that although we might lag behind the US when it comes to self-promotion, it does seem that we’re catching up. One snap at a time.

So be proud of what you offer your business community as we head into 2015. Be brave, get in front of the lens and shine the spotlight on you.

And if you are on LinkedIn, feel free to find me!

 

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Need a Linkedin Profile Photo? Studio date | 16th January 2015

NEED A LINKEDIN PROFILE PHOTO FOR 2015?  HEADSHOTS FOR SOCIAL MEDIA, NETWORKING & WEBSITES.  NEW STUDIO DATE – FRIDAY 16TH JANUARY 2015.

What to expect from our pop-up Headshot Days.

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We get so many questions from our clients before our professional portrait/ LinkedIn headshot sessions so Rachel put these questions to Jon to give new clients some things to think about before a corporate headshot studio session.

So, what is the Pop-Up Studio?

At the end of last year we received planning permission to build a studio in our garden so we’re busy organising that as we go into 2015 – very exciting.  But as with these type of things, they take time.  So for now we’re having to ‘pop-up’ a studio in our home.

We’ve been doing this for the last year or so, just to test the water really.  I’ve been going to clients photographing professional portraits and business headshots for years now and I photograph the teams at all kinds of big organisations such as L’Oreal, Estee Lauder, Moet et Chandon.  I thought it would be good to offer the same quality images to smaller businesses and individuals.  Doing it one one day per month and offering people a place to come seemed like the best idea and it’s been working brilliantly well.  So much so that we’re now hoping to have a studio going into next year (fingers crossed!).

So, where is it and how does it work?

We pop up a white background, some lighting and reflectors in the dining room of our house.  It may sound weird but it works a treat!  Clients arrive, have a coffee, a chat, we talk about what they’re trying to achieve and discuss what they are wearing and other outfit options.  Once clients are happy we head from the kitchen into the dining room and get started.  Sessions last one hour and we can achieve so much in that time.  Please check out what other people have said about the sessions here.

Here’s where we’re based.  The address again is 244 Reading Road, Wokingham, Berkshire, RG41 5AA.  Any problems getting to us, call us on 07956 505 336 or 07973 158839.  (As a tip, the Winnersh sign is outside our house and Old Forest Road is virtually opposite).

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What about the background, what colour is it?

It’s a clean white background – it isn’t distracting and it’s a good all rounder – flattering for all ages and skin tones.   When you consider that your headshot will be seen as a thumbnail on most mediums (Twitter, Facebook, Linkedin, networking sites) you need to keep the image simple and clean.  White works well and also means that you can ‘cut out’ your image for use on your website.

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What about props?

We’re happy to work with props so if you have a prop that helps get across your business, your personality, your values, feel free to bring it along.  For some this is a tablet, or a branded sign, a pair of running shoes, a trophy, you name it! Bring along any ideas you may have and we can give them a go!

How long do the sessions last?

People generally find that 30 minutes is a good time to get a collection of images.  A half hour session is £60 but if you want to book a double session, we’re happy to do that too.

What should I wear?

Your picture will need to reflect you and your business.  If you’re a graphic designer, you may not opt for a business suit; a lawyer may not want to wear leisurewear.  You know your business, your brand and you also know your audience.  So we’re sure you’ll know how to dress accordingly. Equally, you’ll want your corporate headshot to last longer than the season so classic, timeless clothing is always a good option rather than wearing something that will look dated the following year.

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  • Long sleeves are good – much more flattering.
  • Wear a jacket or cardigan – something that can be removed/put on to give another look.  You could go for a more formal shot with your jacket on and then have a more relaxed, smiley image wearing a shirt/blouse.
  • Don’t opt for crazy, bold patterns – they date and distract from your face.
  • Subtle patterns and prints are fine though.
  • Block colours are fantastic – less distracting but AVOID WHITE (not great with a white background).  If you only feel comfortable in black wear it but opt for another colour if you can.
  • For ladies, think about scarves and/or necklaces.  These can often work well and give a pop of colour/pattern.  There’s also the option to do a shot with and one without.
  • Wear a colour and style that you feel comfortable in – you need to look relaxed in front of the camera.
  • A note to the men out there, wear an ironed shirt or other top/t-shirt (don’t wear white) and bring a suit jacket, tie and/or jumper so that we can work with different options.

What about make-up?

If you normally wear make-up, wear what you would wear if you were going to an interview, a meeting or to see a client.  You want to look your best but it needs to be well done, not over done!  We’re thinking fresh, clean make-up with maybe a little extra blusher to add a little warmth.  Avoid lip-gloss or anything with any sparkle.  Matt colours are best as they don’t reflect the light and distract.  If you don’t normally wear make-up, that’s fine, you don’t need to wear make-up to look great.  But perhaps use some moisturiser in the morning and a touch of clear lip balm.  And don’t forget your make-up bag on the day – you can always touch up your lipstick when you arrive!

And Hair?

Your hair needs to be clean and presentable, again as it would be for a client meeting, business pitch or interview.  Just take a few extra minutes to get it looking the best you can.

For the men out there, hair looks good if it’s clean and tidy.  Have a shave the morning of the shoot (if that’s what you’d normally do) or trim your facial hair.

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What about re-touching?

We love photographing people and our photos are honest and natural but flattering, all at the same time!  We will do basic retouching of your portrait just to tidy things up, we will colour balance everything and make your image look tip-top and this is included in the fee. If once you receive the images, you want a little extra work on them, we’re happy to discuss this with you.  We won’t, however, go crazy in Photoshop!  To us, it’s really disconcerting to connect with people and then meet them in the flesh at a business meeting/networking event and find that they look nothing like their photograph!   So, if you want to look like you’ve had botox, lipo and lifts, maybe best to look elsewhere!

What do I get after the session?

You’ll receive a collection of high-definition digital images for your use.  You will get a number of different shots, crops, poses.  These will be emailed over to you a few days after the shoot, along with the invoice for £60 (a half hour session fee).Jon Bradley, Photography, photographer, photography, photos, corporate, not so corporate, headshots, commercial, business, South East, South, London, Berkshire, Reading, Wokingham, social media, portrait, headshot, images, website, headshot, day, pop-up, studio, portableJon Bradley, Photography, photographer, photography, photos, corporate, not so corporate, headshots, commercial, business, South East, South, London, Berkshire, Reading, Wokingham, social media, portrait, headshot, images, website, headshot, day, pop-up, studio, portableJon Bradley, Photography, photographer, photography, photos, corporate, not so corporate, headshots, commercial, business, South East, South, London, Berkshire, Reading, Wokingham, social media, portrait, headshot, images, website, headshot, day, pop-up, studio, portable

 

Any restrictions?

No.  You can use your images for web, print, whatever with no limit on time.  If there’s any chance you can credit Jon Bradley Photography, we’d be really grateful!

Here’s some extra tips and some things to think about before you pop-in for your portrait:

  • Think about the image you want to project.  Are you going for the casual, relaxed & caring or authoritative, confident, powerful? Before you come along have a think about what words you’d expect people to say when they see your new portrait.
  • If you’re not sure about what to wear and need a second opinion, bring some options along and we’ll give them a go.  If it doesn’t work in front of the camera, we’ll have the option to try something else.  Or speak to us in advance.  Send up a photo of what you’re thinking of wearing and any concerns, we’ll get back to you right away.
  • Accessorise.  Think about your choice of tie, is it too much or not enough.  Have you got some great jewelry to bring along?  Or some funky scarves to add a splash of colour to your finished look?
  • Don’t be put off simply because you don’t like having your photograph taken.  Trust us, most people who walk through the door are dreading it, but they leave loving it.  Truly.  That’s one of the reasons we host the Headshot Day at our house.  It’s relaxed, you can have a coffee, we have time to chat more about your plans for the session.  All before you’ve even seen a background roll and a reflector.  We’ll guide you into it slowly and by the end you’ll be hitting the winning shot every time.
  • Be honest with us.  Unlike the olden days of film, polaroid & transparencies, you can now see what we’re shooting as we’re shooting it.  We won’t hide it from you, after all they’re your photographs not ours.  So as we show you the images, be honest and comment on them.  If there’s something you don’t like, say.  It’s essential that we get it right.
  • In terms of posing, really don’t worry.  We know some photographers give tips on this in advance of the shoot and we can imagine you all practicing your poses in front of the bedroom mirror.  It’s not necessary.  We can direct you on the day, show you what we mean, show you how you look on camera.  So please don’t worry.  That’s the bit we can help you with and we know what we’re doing.  That said, if you’ve got any tearsheets, screen grabs, examples of headshots you love, we’d love to see them, either in advance or on the day.
  • Lastly smile and enjoy yourself.  We promise you’ll enjoy it!

Please do check out the portraits page of our website where you’ll see a montage of our images.  Also pop over to our Pinterest page where you’ll see lots of examples as well.

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#7 Advent Calendar Review of the Year – Corporate Headshots London

Corporate Headshots London continued…

Today’s Sunday so we’ll be brief.  Everyone deserves a day off at least once a week and we’re pretty sure you’d be rather decorating the tree and watching Elf in your Christmas jumper than read our little blog.

But in the spirit of an Advent Calendar, a door needs to be opened each day.  And today is number 7.

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So for the second dose of our Corporate Portraits London (and pretty much everywhere else!).  The first installment can be seen here.

More fun, not so corporate portraits today.  Happy Sunday peeps.

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Corporate Headshots London.

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#6 Advent Calendar Review of the Year – Corporate Headshots London

Day 6 of the Advent Calendar Review of the Year.  As you know we regularly shoot portraits of our clients.  We host a monthly pop-up studio for headshots which has been fantastic over the last year. So much so that we’re delighted planning permission has come through so that we can have a fully functioning studio for our portrait work.  But that’s for 2015 and we’re here to talk about what’s been going on this year and more specifically our Corporate Headshots London (and the South East of course!).

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Remember, Christmas is just around the corner.  Don’t forget to smile!

 

 

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#5 Advent Calendar Review of the Year – Event Photography London

So we’ve made it to the end of the week and what a week! Headshots, events, conferences, stock images for a local business and a fashion/lifestyle shoot for a fashion brand at a hotel suite in London.

Quite frankly we’re delighted Christmas is around the corner, just to take a breather!  Only 20 days to go…

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So, here we are.  Day 5 of the Advent Calendar Review of the Year. A splash of Verve Clicquot colour for a wintery day.  Oh, and Tinie Tempah.  More from this shoot, from earlier this year, on the website.

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Event Photography London – Take a look at more of our event photography on the website too.

Have a great weekend!

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