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Getting a new client is based on building a relationship with that person. A professionally taken business portrait is a great place to start this process. It will automatically portray to your client(s) a “snapshot” of who you are and expresses your personality.
Business portraits can be used in newspaper advertisements, brochures, and flyers, on your web-site and on your business card. Include a business portrait with your press releases; the media prefers articles that have a picture to accompany them (even a business portrait may be the deciding factor to get in the newspaper).
Update your business portrait every two years to portray an accurate image. It instills in your clients a sense of honesty by not misleading.
As a professional photographer I can help you choose what clothes to wear; whether or not to wear your glasses and how to pose for this picture. Background and lighting are critical and require a professional to achieve the desired results.
Book a photo-shoot today! Usually it takes approximately thirty minutes to get the image you want.
Written by: Lenore Farrell, Photographer