Headshot Lessons from my Youngest Clients

Happy January, you hardworking humans!

This is the traditional month to assess last year’s achievements then update, rejig or completely overhaul the game plan for this year. Are you putting your best face forward? My clients use headshots and environmental portraits to personalize their profiles, resumes, websites, blogs, auditions, and more. It might be time for you to shake things up a little, to think outside the box. In that spirit, here are a few…

Headshot Lessons from my Youngest non-headshot Clients

I hope these tips from the other side of the business and the lens are useful to you.  Here’s to a happy and successful 2016!
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  1. Sahel February 6, 2016 at 7:22 am #

    Dear sir or madam
    I’m 14 years old I was wondering what should teen head shots look like ?

    • Brett Deutsch February 7, 2016 at 4:48 pm #

      Teen headshots are in most ways just like adult headshots — the key is that the headshot should capture what you look, but it also should tell a little bit about who you are. By being authentic in your headshot, your photo should be able to identify your “type” or your “brand, and casting directors will be able to get a sense of who you are as a person and as an actor. If all goes well, the results will be that you’ll get auditions that best match you.