Diana P. Lang Photography

A Personal Branding Photo Session for a College Student

What’s a personal branding photo shoot? It’s more than creating a collection of photos – it’s about creating an image that lets you design your online visual presence.  This digital world we live in is all about visuals.

According to Grant Tilus from Rasmussen College “Personal branding is the process in which people and/or their careers are marketed as a physical brand. Your brand says a lot about you as a person and a professional. As a college student, it’s important to begin building a personal brand early in your career”. Read Grant’s blog for more of his insights.

Tyler who is graduating this spring, knows the importance of professional headshots. He wanted images to use for his linked in pages and email correspondence. We decided to do a location shoot for his session.

We strategically planned a few different backgrounds that would be suitable for the look I knew we needed. I also made sure that we had images that could be used for all social media platforms no matter how they were cropped. (Does anyone else wish there was just one standard size for profile pictures)?

Tyler’s impeccable appearance shows he is ready for business. When you look like an expert in your profession, you will be recognized and treated as one. It won’t be difficult for Tyler to snag the position he wants in the field he’s chosen.

Tyler saw the value in choosing to present his self in a professional way. And he was happily surprised with my military discount. Thank you for your service Tyler!

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Personal Branding, Portrait and Headshot Photographer Diana P. Lang sites with a stack of magazines in her hand

Photography is the way I get to make the world a little more beautiful.

I see the beauty and magic in everyday things and life that most people don’t. And through photography I get to remind you that there is beauty in every day and there is beauty in you.

Words to Live By

“You don’t always need a plan.
Sometimes you just need to breathe,
trust, let go, and
see what happens.”

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