I am Amos Bar-Zeev, A Professional photographer with over ten years of experience primarily for corporate and start-ups clientele.
My clients consider me as an active administrator with excellent management skills: produce, coordinate, cast, and lead photoshoots in the studio and outdoor environments.
I have an extensive history of collaborations with creatives including art directors, designers, stylists, and models.
I am the ultimate dynamic, think outside of the box, friendly team player who loves to meet new faces and personalities.
Headshots are meant to be simple and elegant representations of the subject—a businessperson, an actor, or any other person whose appearance plays an important role in their field of work.
The right accessories can help make your headshot pop, but it’s also easy to overdo it or use the wrong accessories if you don’t have much experience with headshots.
Some of the most important photos of your life will be your headshots, from your LinkedIn profile to your online dating profile, etc.
The way you dress in those photos will set the tone for how people see you and make an immediate impact on first impressions that can last forever on the Internet.
To help you dress to impress for your headshot, here are some dos and don’ts when it comes to posing in front of the camera.
The last thing you want to happen when you’re in the middle of your headshot session, looking great and feeling confident, is to have something go wrong that completely changes the shoot’s outcome.
As much as you might like to think it couldn’t possibly happen to you, things like wardrobe malfunctions, makeup disasters, and other incidents are more common than you might think.
Headshots are an investment in your future; therefore it only makes sense to take every precaution to ensure that your photos come out the way you want them to.