Executive business Portraits

Business Portraits + Corporate Head-shots + Executive Photography

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Business Portraits + Corporate Head-shots + Executive Photography

If you are an executive, sales agent, or in any occupation that demands a great professional image, let us help make that image exactly what it should be with a high-quality business portrait.

When you want to present a professional image for a business card, brochure, website or a formal portrait for the wall we will make sure you receive the polished look that you desire. Your portrait session will be a breeze with our photographers, who will take a variety of shots for you to choose from. We can also retouch photos to your wishes, to create a look that shows you at your very best. You will be amazed at how easy and comfortable your session will be and the results will be a portrait you will be proud to showcase to the world.

Sessions Business include:

  • Approximately 30 minutes of studio time
  • Preview of proofs directly after session
  • Your choice of image retouched to your satisfaction
  • Image saved to CD and/or emailed to you
  • Fast turnaround – you receive your image right away
  • We guarantee that you will be 100% thrilled with your portrait

Executive Session Fee in Studio:

  • $89 - for session and one retouched image
  • $15 - each additional image

Flexible appointments for busy professionals. Call to schedule an appointment at 203 248-8177

Executive Portrait Session on Location:

Portrait photography at a location of your choosing.  Our photographer will bring photographic background and lights for indoor locations or use your office interior as a background. We will photograph your staff individually and as a group.
$250 per hour
This fee includes 1 retouched and copyright released digital image
of each individual .
Additional retouched images $25. each

Dressing for your Business Portrait

What type of clothes should I wear?

This image will be used to represent you and/or your company so you need to dress accordingly. You’ll want to wear professional business attire that is classic and timeless so you can use your photos for years to come.

  • Men should wear a suit jacket, sweater, or a nice dress shirt.
  • Women should wear a blouse or a tailored jacket.
  • It is best to wear long sleeve shirts for your portrait. Long sleeves are much more flattering on arms than short.
  • You also want to be somewhat comfortable in what you’re wearing or your picture will look stiff and unnatural. But be aware of clothing that wrinkles easily as that will look sloppy and unprofessional.

What colors photograph best/worst?

  • Solid colors photograph best, and most people look good in mid tones (green, blue, brown, etc.). We suggest avoiding extremes - no all-black or all-white ensembles. Deep colors, such as navy blue, gray and brown, are great jacket choices. Best of all, deep colors are slimming too.
  • Avoid white and colors that approximate your flesh tones (this might be beige, tan, or very pale peach, pink, and gray). For dress shirts, avoid bright white if possible especially if you won’t be wearing a jacket. A little color, or at least an off white shirt, is helpful.
  • Busy is bad—be it a jacket, shirt or tie. Avoid wearing clothing with patterns or accessories that distract from your face. Very bright reds, yellows and oranges can also be distracting. Men, if you'll be wearing a tie it's hard to go wrong with a solid color or simple striped tie in red or blue. A minimal pattern will always look better than a busy tie.

Should I wear jewelry?

  • Jewelry can be a great accessory to your outfit, but should not distract from your face. Less is usually more. Necklaces look best when they are shorter and mimic the neckline of your shirt.

How much makeup should I apply?

  • Wear what you would for a nice evening out. Well done, but not overdone.
  • Avoid overly glossy or shimmery makeup as it will catch the light and be distracting.
  • If you normally don’t wear makeup, your pictures will look better if you at least wear foundation. This will help even out your skin tone.
  • Bring extra powder as you’ll want to reapply during the shoot to avoid shine.

To dress for a slimming effect, remember:

  • Darker colors are slimming; light colors are not.
  • Solid colors are slimming; bold patterns are not.
  • A single color from head to toe (i.e. a suit) is slimming.
  • Vertical lines are slimming; horizontal lines are not. This can apply to pleats as well as prints.
  • Single-breasted jackets are more slimming than double-breasted.
  • If you'll be standing for a full-length portrait, high heels are slimming - as are clothes that are well tailored rather than too loose or too tight.

Remember - Smile from within!

Think of how you would look if you just ran into a dear friend on a nice sunny day at the beach...