Miami Business Headshots and Lifestyle Portraits
The look we were going for for this session was a relaxed professional look in an outdoor environment. The company she is creating is about wellness in the workplace for women leaders, so a “softened business vibe” is what we were aiming for.
For the location, we ended up going with this really quaint spot called the Coral Gables Prado entrance. It has a coral structure with plenty of pillars and flowers along a small pathway. It’s a great spot for a morning session once the sun filters through about two hours after sunrise.
The 1 hour flew by, we had a blast laughing most of the way through! I love the two looks she wore- she did an impeccable job on the colors and styling. Everything was thought through – the colors she wore will match the resulting website.
I realized during the session how much I enjoyed this style of business portraits. Outdoor Miami business headshots and lifestyle portraits are so much more dynamic and interesting than indoor, bland portraits on a backdrop, in my opinion.
If you are a business entrepreneur, author, speaker, lawyer, etc. and are looking for a photographer to take pictures for your website that are more natural and showcase your personality, please contact me and tell me what vision or vibe you have in mind.
Miami Business Headshots and Lifestyle Portraits © Tova Photography 2016
Miami Headshot Photographer: Natural outdoor lifestyle photography
I am a Miami headshot photographer that takes outdoor, naturally lit portraits. I make things super simple – we choose a spot that either suits the look you are going for, or we can select a spot close to your home or work so you don’t have to travel far. We’ll talk about the best time and what kind of background you would like – greenery, beach, urban, or even just a simple wall can be a nice background.
If you need need a Miami headshot photographer for your linkedin profile or for your own business contact me or send me an email to email@example.com . Besides for headshots, I take environmental portraits and a range of horizontal, vertical, full body and close-up shots. This can be helpful if you are creating a website for your business and need a variety of portrait photos.
I offer several different packages to suit your needs. Some questions to think about are: how many photos do you need? How many different outfits would you like? Do you want just one simple background or a variety to choose from? How much time do you think you will need? Some people are looking for just one headshot in one spot while others are looking for a variety of pictures for their website.
Consider getting your hair and makeup done prior to the photo session. It’s important to not only look professional but feel professional. Think about the audience you are trying to reach and how you would like to be perceived – casual, authentic, natural, professional, etc. If you know in advance the look you are going for that is great. Checking out other websites from people who are in a similar field as you can help give you an idea of what look you are going for.
I took the bottom four headshots you see on Eurochannel‘s website. Other clients of mine include Stiers Law, author Doncha Freeman and realtor Diana Drake.