Face & Image - Astoria Top Rated Professional Headshots

Whether you’re a professional or corporate team, we cater to your specific needs and provide seamless experience.

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Your headshot is your professional representation in the digital world. Make sure it is tailored to your industry.


Network like a rick star with
Corporate Headshots
Elevate your story with stunning
Acting Headshots
Update your website/social with
Lifesyle Photography

Relaxed Atmosphere for Authenticity

We prioritize creating a calm and comfortable environment during the session. Say goodbye to stiff poses and forced smiles—our stress-free zone allows you to be yourself, resulting in portraits that truly reflect your natural charm

Other Styles you may like

  • CEO headshots
  • Real Estate Headshots
  • Therapy headshots
  • LinkedIn Headshots
  • Finance Headshots
  • Team Headshots
  • Leadership
  • Stock Market
  • Marketing
  • E-commerce
  • Sales
  • Start-ups
  • Business Strategy
  • Social Media
  • Investments
  • Project Management

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Tips on how to prepare for professional headshots

  1. Research the photographer: Do some research on the photographer you're considering for the shoot. Look at their portfolio and read reviews to get a sense of their style and approach.

  2. Determine the purpose and audience: Before the shoot, think about the intended purpose and audience of the headshot. This will help you choose the right clothing, makeup, and expression for the shoot.

  3. Choose your clothing and accessories: Select clothing that is appropriate for the purpose and audience of the headshot. Solid colors and simple patterns are typically best, and accessories should be minimal and non-distracting.

  4. Practice your expression and poses: Spend some time practicing different expressions and poses in front of a mirror to get comfortable and find what works best for you.

  5. Get a good night's sleep: Make sure you're well-rested and feeling your best on the day of the shoot.

  6. Hydrate and moisturize: Drink plenty of water and moisturize your skin to ensure a healthy, glowing appearance.

  7. Consider professional hair and makeup: Consider hiring a professional hair and makeup artist to help you look your best on the day of the shoot.

  8. Arrive early and relax: Arrive early to the shoot location and take some time to relax and get comfortable before the shoot begins.

Here are some dos and don'ts for headshots

Dos

  1. Dress appropriately for the intended purpose of the headshot.
  2. Choose a neutral or simple background that won't distract from the subject.
  3. Use professional lighting and equipment to capture the best possible image.
  4. Take the time to prepare the subject's hair, makeup, and clothing before the shoot.
  5. Direct the subject to pose and express themselves in a natural and authentic way.
  6. Choose the best images from the shoot and edit them for optimal color balance and exposure.
  7. Use high-resolution images that can be used across various platforms and media.

Dont's

  1. Use a distracting or busy background that takes away from the subject.
  2. Use harsh or unflattering lighting that creates unappealing shadows or highlights.
  3. Rush through the shoot and fail to provide proper direction to the subject.
  4. Use outdated or low-quality equipment that results in blurry or poorly exposed images.
  5. Over-edit the images, which can create an unnatural or artificial appearance.
  6. Use low-resolution images that appear pixelated or blurry when viewed at a larger size.
  7. Ignore the intended purpose or audience of the headshot, which can result in an ineffective or inappropriate image.

Three things that makes up a great portrait

Composition and framing

A great headshot typically features the subject's head and shoulders, with proper framing and alignment to create a balanced and visually appealing composition. The subject should be positioned in a way that highlights their best features and conveys their personality and style.

Lighting and exposure

Proper lighting is essential for creating a great headshot. The photographer should use appropriate lighting equipment and techniques to create a flattering and natural-looking image. The exposure should also be well-balanced, with no over or underexposure that can wash out the subject's features or make them appear too dark.

Expression and emotion

A great headshot should capture the subject's personality and emotion in a natural and authentic way. The subject should feel relaxed and comfortable during the shoot, allowing their true personality to shine through. The photographer should also be skilled at directing the subject and capturing their best expressions and poses.

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